Today on Broadway: Monday, March 23, 2020


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Ruthie Ann Miles Announces that She’s Expecting Child

IATSE, Christian Siriano, More Offer Aid to Face Mask Shortage

1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

“Hangmen” Cancels Broadway Run

“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” Announces Broadway Closing

West End to Remain Closed through April

Broadway League and Unions Reach Emergency Relief Agreement

Equity, Broadway League Reach Touring Agreement

2) More COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Netflix Donates $1 Million to Actors Fund

Jimmy Awards Canceled for 2020

TDF Forced to Lay-Off Staff

3) Feel Good Recommendations


Stephen Sondheim, Katrina Lenk, and Jason Robert Brown Perform ‘Not While I’m Around’

David Levy’s Collection of Lesser Known Sondheim Works

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lin-Manuel Miranda Twitter Playoff Battle

Everyone Uses “Hercules” to Promote Social Distancing

Skivvies Embraces Social Distancing in “Hercules” Parody

Broadway Princess Party Embraces Social Distancing in “Hercules” Parody

Randy Rainbow Embraces Social Distancing in “Hercules” Parody

En Garde Arts’ “Fandango for Butterflies (and Coyotes) Will Be Available Online

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