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

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

2) Theatrical Impact to COVID-19

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

Lincoln Center Cancels Summer Season

“Music Man” Still on Schedule for Fall

National Theatre to Stream NT Live Productions on YouTube

3) Feel Good Recommendations

“Wicked” Meets “Piazza” in “Kicked”

Kerry Butler to Host Online Water Color Class

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

David Rockwell Gives Tour of Broadway Theaters

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