Today on Broadway: Monday, April 20, 2020


Nick Cordero Faces Medical Set Back, St. Martin Says September Reopening More Likely, Tons of Much Needed Recommendations

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1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Sunday Update: Nick Cordero Fundraiser Passes $300,000; Amanda Provides Latest on His Health

Reopening Broadway: What Will It Take? What Will It Look Like? When Could It Really Happen?

Public Theater Cancels 2020 Shakespeare In The Park Season

Disney on Broadway Concert Stream Raises $609,479

2) Feel Good Recommendations

2020 “This Week on Broadway” Trivia Questions

New Yorker: Patti LuPone, Live from Her Basement

Nathan Salstone, Michaela Diamond Duet on “Friends” Theme

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This song hitting harder than it did in the 90’s.

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Aaron Kaburick’s Broadway Squirrel

Brian Stokes Mitchell Serenades New York Essential Workers Again

As per request, I filmed tonight's performance video of Broadway legend, and apparently neighbor, Brian Stokes Mitchell celebrating healthcare workers at 7pm.Today, an MTA bus stopped to watch the performance. A few notes on tonight's performance: a) He is pointing to several fire and ambulance crews who have stopped by to listen to the performance; b) Tonight was a double feature as he also sang "I, Don Quixhote." I will post it tomorrow.

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