Today on Broadway: Wednesday, April 8, 2020


MTC Postpones “How I Learned to Drive;” WTF, “Fleabag,” “Bandstand,” “Jonathan Larson Project” More to Stream; “JLP,” “Beautiful,” “Hamilton” Casts Perform

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Tell Me More | Episode 43: Linda Lavin on Life and Art in the Age of Coronavirus

1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

West End Theaters to Remain Closed Until June

Gov. Cuomo Extends Closure of Non-Essential businesses until April 29

2) Theatrical Cancelations and Postponements

Manhattan Theatre Club Postpones “How I Learned to Drive”

Pulitzer Prize Announcements Delayed by Two Weeks

Obie Awards Postponed

Clubbed Thumb Postpones 25th Annual Summerworks

3) Theatre’s Response to COVID-19

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Donates $6 Million

American Theatre Wing Launches Relief Funds for Artists, Regional Theatres, More

Williamstown Theatre Festival to Present Season via Audible

NT Live’s “Fleabag” to Stream for Soho Theatre, Charity

Playbill to Stream “Bandstand” with New Interviews

54 Below at Home Adds “The Jonathan Larson Project,” More to Schedule

Curtain Call to Stream Virtual Play Readings with Denise Gough, Jenna Coleman, David Morrissey

American Theatre: Onscreen This Month: Quarantine Edition #2

4) Feel Good Recommendations

“Jagged Little Pill” Cast Performs “Thank U”

Over 80 “Beautiful” Cast Members Perform for the Actors Fund

Original Cast Members of “Hamilton” Reunites on John Krasinski’s “Some Good News”

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