Today on Broadway: Wednesday, March 25, 2020


The Great Terrence McNally Dies Due to Coronavirus Complications, “Flying Over Sunset” Pushed to Fall, “In the Heights” Film Delayed

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1) Legendary Playwright Terrence McNally Passes Away Due to Coronavirus

Broadway Reacts to the Loss of Terrence McNally

2) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Lincoln Center Pushes “Flying Over Sunset,” “Intimate Apparel” to Fall

Lincoln Center Announces “Lincoln Center at Home”

“In the Heights,” “Wonder Woman” Releases Pushed

Equity Launches Curtain Up Fund for Emergency Support

Twenty+ Broadway Producers Offer $1 Million Challenge for BC/EFA Emergency Assistance Fund

Telly Leung, Ann Harada, More Rally Behind #RacismIsAVirus

3) In Other News

Paper Mille Playhouse Announces 2020-2021 Season

4) Feel Good Recommendations

54 Below Launches “54 Below at Home” Concert Series

Krystina Alabado Submits “Hadestown” Self-Tape

Patti LuPone Welcomes Questions About Her Basement

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