Today on Broadway: Monday, August 21, 2017


Listen: Theatre Community Mourns Loss of Three Legends, Arts Community’s Contentious Relationship with POTUS, and More


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“On Your Feet” Plays Final Broadway Performance on Sunday

Sunday, August 20th’s “This Week on Broadway”

1) The Theatre Community Mourns the Loss of Three Legends

Tony-Winning Broadway Producer Stuart Thompson Passes Away

Broadway to Dim Lights in Honor of Stuart Thompson

Actor and Director Jerry Lewis Dies at 91

Comedian and Civil Rights Activist Dick Gregory Passes Away at 84

2) This Week’s Theatrical Schedule

3) The Arts Community Continues its Contentious Relationship with POTUS

Members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities Resign

Trump Claims he Already Broke Up with Them

Three of Five Kennedy Center Honorees Refuse to Attend White House Ceremony

President and First Lady Won’t Attend Kennedy Center Honors

4) New Details Emerge for On-Going Search for Missing Broadway Talent Agent, Mark Schlegel

5) Howard Sherman Adds Context to the Edward Albee “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?” Debate

Hollywood Report Awards Chatter Podcast with Stephen Colbert

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