Today on Broadway: Friday, March 13, 2020


Broadway Will Go Dark for the Next Month

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1) Broadway to Shut Down for One Month

Artists Respond on Social Media to Broadway Closing

Michael Riedel: Broadway shutting down all productions over coronavirus pandemic

TodayTix to offer vouchers to customers with canceled tickets

2) Organizations Comment on Cancelations’ Impact on Arts

The Actors Fund

Actors Equity Association

Local 802

Dramatists Guild

3) More Coronavirus Related Cancellations

Broadway Backwards

“Hamilton” in San Francisco

“Cursed Child” in San Francisco

“Cambodian Rock Band” and “The Hot Wing King”

Ars Nova to Shut Down, Staff and Performers to be Paid

“Fly” at La Jolla Playhouse

“Be More Chill” in Chicago

“Tumacho” from Clubbed Thumb

“The Prom” Film Shuts Down Production

Updates on New York City Cabaret Venues

4) Feel-Good Recommendations 

The Rockettes Perform Tribute to Liza Minnelli

“Come from Away” Performs on Strahan, Sara, and Keke

Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases Hamilton/Washington Cut song

5) In Other News

Casting Announced for Ethan Coen’s “A Play is a Poem” at the Atlantic

Terry Gilliam to Direct “Into the Woods” at the Old Vic

“Dear Evan Hansen” Alum Roman Banks Joins “High School Musical” Series

Elton John, Jake Shears Tammy Faye Bakker Musical Aiming for West End

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