Today on Broadway: Thursday, May 7, 2020 & Lisa Goldberg


Shetler Studios to Close, Unions Discuss Healthcare and Returns, Discussing 2020 Tony Awards with Publicist Lisa Goldberg

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1) COVID-19 Theatrical Impact

Shetler Studios and Theatres to Close after 30 Years

Broadway unions raise concerns on health insurance, the return of theater

BC/EFA Launches Emergency Grants For Pandemic Relief With $1 Million Gift From Gilead Sciences

Nick Cordero’s Doctors Seeing Early Signs of Waking Up

2) Theatre News

“Swept Away” World Premiere Pushed to Summer 2021

New songs from Menken, Ahrens and Flaherty, More to be Featured on Benefit Album

Broadway on Demand Will Stream Star-Studded “A Night of Covenant House Stars”

3) Feel Good Recommendations

Rob McClure’s “Conductor Cam” Series

Student Mashes Up “Hamilton” and “In the Heights” in Lin-Manuel Miranda Tribute

4) Interview with Broadway Publicist Lisa Goldberg

Variety: Will the Tonys Be Canceled? Broadway’s Biggest Night Might Not Happen in 2020

Lisa Goldberg on the 2020 Tony Awards

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