Today on Broadway: Monday, June 1, 2020


Theatre World Responds (or Doesn’t) to Protests Against Racial Injustice, Drama Desks Postponed

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1) Protests, Violence Erupt Across Country over Police Brutality

Drama Desk Awards Postponed

Broadway (Slowly) Speaks Out on Racial Injustice

Nik Walker, Sasha Hutchings Discuss Minneapolis Protests

Jeremy O. Harris Calls on Theatre Companies to Make Statements

“What the Constitution Means to Me” Steps Up to the Call

Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton” Comment on Black Lives Matter Protests

“Wicked” is Roasted for Tone Deaf BLM Tweet

Matt’s “Sports” Article 1: TBDBITL has always made me cry, but sometimes those tears are exactly what I need

Matt’s “Sports” Article 2:

2) COVID-19 Theatrical Update

Independent New York Theaters Look for Rent Forgiveness

3) Other News

Jane Moss to Step Down as Lincoln Center Artistic Director

Paula Vogel to Produce Play Series Bard at the Gate

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