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Theater News for Week Ending April 15

By Bennett Liebman

'Macbeth' Goes Onstage After Actor Tests Positive for Virus 'Macbeth'

Will the Virus Cooperate With Broadway's Spring Rebound?

Covid Cancellations Hit Broadway as BA.2 Variant Spreads

Some Broadway shows see spring boost amid COVID-19 cancellations

Review: In 'Harmony,' a Band's Success Collides With History

At 90, Elaine May remains a deceptively Jewish artist

Headed for the Great White Way

Birthday Candles' Review: Another Year, Another Cake, Another Profundity

'American Buffalo' returns to Broadway

James Nederlander Still Donating Thousands to GOP

Jill Rafson Named Producing Artistic Director of Classic Stage

James McAvoy is a Cyrano knockout, and Sam Rockwell is a blast in Mamet

Women Are Finally Finding a Voice on New York Stages

Non-union actors on 'Waitress' tour seek union representation

Lead actress in Arena Stage's fall run of "Toni Stone" says she felt unsafe onstage

Theater Notebook: San Diego theaters rolling back their vaccine and mask policies

Why is big Broadway musical Waitress at small NC theater?

Equinox Theatre promises to come back changed for the better

Huntington Theatre to reopen a year ahead of schedule

Can an all-Mormon cast pull off 'Fiddler on the Roof'?

People react to Turlock High School's canceled musical

The Gender Pay Gap in Professional Theatre

Russian Dmitry Krymov directs 'The Cherry Orchard' at Wilma Theater and worries about fate of Ukraine

Sad! Is Donald Trump just too boring for a grand Shakespearean makeover?

Audrey who? Meet Amara Okereke, star of London's new My Fair Lady

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