Today on Broadway: Monday, April 13, 2020


Nick Cordero’s Wife Asks for Prayers, Musician’s Union Refuses to Allow Stream of Disney Benefit Concert, Online “Theatre” Stuff is Great (Despite What Privileged Gatekeepers Say)

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Nick Cordero’s Wife Asks for Prayers as His Condition Worsens

1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Disney 25th Anniversary Benefit Concert Stream Canceled Due to Union Dispute

Disney Concert Musicians, 802 President Petition AMF to Allow Concert Stream

New Study Estimates At Least $4.5 Billion In Pandemic Losses for the Arts Sector

Customers Continue to Wait for Delayed Payments from Brown Paper Tickets

2) Theatrical Response to Closure

Jim Caruso’s Cast Party Returns with Vosk, Halston, More

George Salazar to Host Weekly Talk-Show Telethon

Chenoweth, Fisher, Gad to Join “The Disney Family Singalong” on ABC

New York Times: Where to Find Drama Now? All the Internet’s a Stage

Washington Post: In the midst of the virus, theater migrates to the web. The results are spotty.

Playbill Is Streaming Broadway’s Bandstand Musical Film, Starring Laura Osnes and Corey Cott

Candle House Collective

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

Kristin Chenoweth Sings from Andrew Lippa’s Proposed “Tiger King” Musical

Anna Kendrick, Sutton Foster, More Appear in Georgia Stitt’s New Music Video

Dave Malloy’s “Beardo” to Stream on Vimeo

Brian Stokes Mitchell Sings “Impossible Dream” from his Balcony


Elvis sings Gotta Lotta Living To Do

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