Today on Broadway: Tuesday, March 24, 2020


Multiple Broadway Stars Diagnosed with Coronavirus, Customers Demand Action on Brown Paper Tickets, “Rosie” Raises Over $600,000

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1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Aaron Tveit Diagnosed with Coronavirus

Paloma Garcia Lee Diagnosed with Coronavirus

Chad Kimball Diagnosed with Coronavirus

Gavin Creel Believes that He Has Coronavirus

2) COVID-19 Theatrical Cancellations

Customers Call for Action Over Delayed Payments from Brown Paper Tickets

ART Cancels Remainder of Season, Including Broadway-Bound 1776

BC/EFA Cancels East Bonnet Competition

Ars Nova Cancels Remainder of Season, Staff to Be Paid through June

3) Feel Good News

“The Rosie O’Donnell Show” Raises Over $600,000 for The Actors Fund

Highlights from “The Rosie O’Donnell Show”

Downtown Theatre Artists Launch Trickle Up

Anais Mitchell Welcomes Second Child

4) Feel Good Recommendations

Maltz Jupiter theatre to Stream “How to Succeed”

Broadway Stars Lip Sync to “Les Mis” from Afar

Stephanie J. Block, Sebastian Arcelus Sing “Help is on the Way”

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