Today on Broadway: Friday, May 1, 2020


Broadway community left out of Cuomo advisory board, updates on Nick Cordero’s condition, and more COVID-19-related news. Plus, the Drama League announces its nominations, updates from “The Prom” movie, and today’s feel-good recommendations.

“Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day.

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1) COVID-19 Theatre News

Governor Cuomo Snubs Broadway In Planning New York Rebound

A.R.T., Harvard Public Health Researchers Map How To Resume Public Performances

Amanda Kloots on Nick Cordero: “His Lungs Have Been Severely Damaged

2) Award Season News

Drama League Announces 2020 Nominations

3) Streaming and Film News

BroadwayWorld Announces “Next on Stage” Singing Competition

Jeremy Jordan, Brandon Victor Dixon, Kate Baldwin, and Jessica Vosk to Perform in Georgia Stitt’s Live Album Release Concert

Ethan Slater, Steven Pasquale, and More Added to Classic Stage Company’s CLASSIC CONVERSATIONS Lineup

New Freestyle Love Supreme Documentary Set for Hulu Release This June

Ryan Murphy Reveals “The Prom” Might Finish on Schedule, Plus New Song Added

Ralph Fiennes Confirmed to Play Miss Trunchbull in “Matilda” Movie Musical

4) Feel-Good Recommendations

Tug Rice Offers Sondheim Birthday Concert Prints Benefitting ASTEP

Jake Gyllenhaal On The Magic Behind His “Sondheim 90th Birthday” Performance

Vanity Fair: Broadway Star Adrienne Warren Is Still Simply the Best

VIDEO: “Legally Blonde” Delta Nu’s Reunite for ‘Omigod You Guys’ Parody!

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