Today on Broadway: Friday, June 19th, 2020


Winners Are Announced For The 2020 Drama League Awards, Actors Equity Association Promises Action In Racial Justice, Multiple Arts Institutions Announce Season Cancellations

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1) Awards News

Winners Announced for the 2020 Drama League Awards

Donja R. Love, Diana Oh, and More Are Recipients of the 2020 Helen Merrill Award

2) Black Lives Matter Movement Updates

Actors Equity Association Resolves to Take Action in Black Lives Matter Movement

Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Releases Open Letter on Racial Justice to Colleagues in the Field

he Flea Residence Artists Speak Out About Racism and Culture of Intimidation and Fear

3) COVID-19 Theatre Updates

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Cancels Great Performers Fall Series

New York City Ballet Cancels 2020 Fall Season

Carnegie Hall Cancels All 2020 Programming

COVID-19 theater think tank looks at reopening strategies

Planned Shakespeare in the Park Production of “Richard II” Will Be Presented As A Four-Part Radio Play

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