Today on Broadway: Tuesday, March 17, 2020


West End Shuts Down, Licensors Grant Streaming Rights, First Look at “West Side” Film Remake

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1) COVID-19 Updates

de Blasio Orders Closures of Theatres, Gyms, Nightlife; Restaurants to Take-Out Only

West End Theaters Close Due to COVID-19

Idris Elba Tests Positive for Coronavirus

2) COVID-19 Theatre Impact

Actors Equity Calls on Producers to Postpone Auditions

League of Professional Theatre Women offers emergency loans to members

Indie Theater Fund Launches Emergency Fundraising for Independent Theaters

How Theaters are Transitioning to Filming and Livestream in Wake of Covid19 Cancellations

Theatrical Licensors Grant Streaming Rights and More During Covid-19 Outbreak

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

First Look at “West Side Story” Film

Seth Rudetsky to Host “Stars in the House” Concert Series Benefitting the Actors Fund

Living Room Concerts: Carolee Carmello Sings “Before the Parade Passes By”:

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