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Super Secret Arts charges monthly subscriptions for “all-you-can-see” theater, which could help make sure performers get paid.
The new work by Tracy Weller, currently onstage at the Gym at Judson, examines the hole that a hard-to-access island cemetery leaves in the city’s fabric.
'Richard III' and 'As You Like It' will be staged at the Delacorte this summer.
"Hamilton," "Aladdin," "Dear Evan Hansen," "Ain’t Too Proud" and "Hadestown" all announced that they are canceling all performances at least through Christmas, and "Jagged Little Pill" announced it was closing early.
"This may be a cautionary tale that Broadway wasn't quite ready to reopen on such a large scale."
"I don't ever want to take live theater for granted ever again, do you?" Lin-Manuel Miranda said.
"It's hard to dance in your living room for a year and a half."
At least 14 unions representing actors, musicians, stagehands and other Broadway workers are still negotiating with producers over safety precautions.
Hamilton, Jagged Little Pill, and many other hits are returning later this year, while Mrs. Doubtfire will have its proper Broadway premiere.
A look at the struggling small shops that create costumes for Broadway.
"This is your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make it happen for free, because I need to liquidate 75,000 balls in Lower Manhattan ASAP," the seller explains.
The good, the bad and the controversial of the revival.
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