Today on Broadway: Thursday, March 19, 2020


Equity Announces Streaming Agreements, Dramatists Guild Responds to Playwrights Asked to Return Advances, Seth Rogan Live-Tweets “Cats” while Stoned

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1) COVID-19 Updates

Actor’s Equity Announces New Agreements on Streaming

Broadway Unions Call on Emergency Assistance to Arts Workers

New York Times: Straining from Shutdowns, Theaters Ask Playwrights to Return Payments

Dramatists Guild Releases Statement on Author Advances Amid Cancellations

2) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

“4000 Miles” Starring Eileen Atkins, Timothée Chalamet Postponed at Old Vic

“The Wanderer” Postponed at Paper Mill

Tony Awards Schedule In Doubt As COVID-19 Broadway Shutdown Tests Eligibility Deadlines

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

Rachel Zegler Performs “What Baking Can Do”

Kate Rockwell Sings about her Dogs in Living Rom Concert

Samantha Pauly Sings “Evita” Medley

4) “CATS” Movie News

“Cats” Film Almost Had CGI Butt Holes

Seth Rogen Live-Tweets Reactions to “CATS” Film while “Pretty Stoned”

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