Today on Broadway: Friday, March 20, 2020


Congress Member Sign Commitment to Supports Arts Workers, National Investigating Streaming Options, “Rosie O’Donnell Show” to Return for One Night Only

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Broadway Alum Daniel Dae Kim Tests Positive for COVID-19

Theater People Need Your Help: Here’s How to Lend a (Virtual) Hand

1) COVID-19 Updates

Members of Congress Sign Commitment to Support Arts and Entertainment Workers

Met Opera Lays Off All Union Employees

2) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Show-Score Announces Temporary “Intermission”

National Theatre Investigating Streaming Options

Broadway From Home: 157 Musicals & Shows You Can Watch Online!

“Thriller Live” Announces West End Closing

3) Feel Good Recommendations

“The Rosie O’Donnell Show” to Return for Star-Studded, One-Time Livestream

Marie’s Crisis to Stay Open as Virtual Piano Bar

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater to Sell Tickets to View-At-Home “The Siblings Play”

BroadwayWorld Announces First Annual NYC College Senior Digital Showcase Database

“Sondheim Disco” Album Listening Party

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