Today on Broadway: Thursday, March 26, 2020


Tony Awards Postponed, “Caroline” & “Birthday Candles” Moved to Fall, Patrick Stewart Reads Sonnets

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1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

2020 Tony Awards Postponed

2020 Outer Critics Circle Awards Postponed

Roundabout Delays “Caroline, Or Change,” “Birthday Candles” Until Fall

Laura Bell Bundy Tests Positive for COVID-19

Bundy, Orfeh, Karl Invite Fans to Duet with Them on “Legally Blonde” Songs

2) Theatre Community’s Response to COVID-19

Broadway News: Broadway businesses take a hit after theater shutdown

Metropolitan Museum of Art Launches #CongressSaveCulture

Michael Jackson Estate Donates $100,000 to Actors Fund

BroadwayWorld Launches Actors Fund T-Shirt Line, Shirt Design Contest

3) Feel Good Recommendations

City Center Posts Clip from 2012’s “Merrily We Roll Along”

Raul Esparza Sings “Tick, Tick, BOOM!” on “Stars in the House”

Daveed Diggs, Michael Shannon, More in “The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues”

Sir Patrick Stewart Reads Shakespeare Sonnets

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