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Today on Broadway: Friday, March 27, 2020

Senate Bill to Include Provisions for Unemployed Performers, Theatre Might Be Last Business to Return, “Music Man” Still Set for Fall

1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Broadway News: “Government stimulus package includes provisions for unemployed Broadway workers”

Senate Proposal Expands Unemployment Protections

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Senate-Proposal-Expands-Access-to-Unemployment-Protections-for-Arts-and-Entertainment-Workers-20200326

Broadway Journal: Broadway Shows “May Be the Last Area of Business to Come Back,” St. Martin Says

Broadway Alum Mark Blum Passes Away from Coronavirus Complications

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Broadway-Veteran-Mark-Blum-Passes-Away-from-Coronaviris-Complications-20200326

2) Theatrical Impact to COVID-19

PBS Honors Terrence McNally with Streaming of “American Masters” Documentary

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/PBS-Honors-Terrence-McNally-with-Streaming-of-His-American-Masters-Documentary-20200326

Lincoln Center Cancels Summer Season

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Lincoln-Center-Theater-Postpones-Summer-Plays-From-Sarah-Ruhl-and-Bryna-Turner-20200326

“Music Man” Still on Schedule for Fall

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/THE-MUSIC-MAN-Revival-Still-On-Schedule-for-Fall-2020-20200325

National Theatre to Stream NT Live Productions on YouTube

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/National-Theatre-Will-Stream-NT-Live-Productions-For-Free-on-YouTube-20200326

3) Feel Good Recommendations

“Wicked” Meets “Piazza” in “Kicked”

Kerry Butler to Host Online Water Color Class

https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Kerry-Butler-to-Host-an-Online-Watercolor-Class-20200326

Rachel Chavkin and The Team releases “Primer for a Failed Superhero”

https://bit.ly/39lMQ87

David Rockwell Gives Tour of Broadway Theaters


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