Mark Rylance heads back to “Jerusalem,” Miranda, Benanti, and many more join Sondheim’s 90th birthday celebration. Plus, Matt chats with Bobby Conte Thornton about his new album, “Company,” and Nick Cordero.
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1) Jez Butterworth’s “Jerusalem” Will Return Next Year, Led By Original Star Mark Rylance
2) Lin-Manuel Miranda, Laura Benanti, Ben Platt, and More Join Sondheim 90th Birthday Virtual Celebration
3) Theatre Community’s Response to COVID-19
Benedict Cumberbatch-Jonny Lee Miller “Frankenstein” (Both Versions) to Stream Free
Laurie Metcalf, John Malkovich and More to Take Part in “Pants Optional: A Steppenwolf Soiree”
TEDxBroadway Announces Streaming Conversation Series Featuring Jennifer Ashley Tepper, Benjamin Scheuer, and More
“The Lion King” North American Tour to Release Live Virtual Content to Commemorate 18th Anniversary
4) In Other News
Michael R. Jackson, Machine Dazzle, and More Are Recipients of Guggenheim Virtual Commissions
Take That Jukebox Musical “The Band” To Be Adapted Into A Feature Film
5) Feel-Good Recommendations:
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VIDEO: Nathan Lane Gives Stephen Colbert a Tour of His Showbiz Memorabilia
6) Conversation with Bobby Conte Thornton