Today on Broadway: Monday, June 22, 2020


First Annual Antonyo Awards, ALW to Test Open Palladium, Arden Develops Drive-Through Theatre Piece

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1) Antonyo Awards Announces First Annual Winners

Highlights from the first Annual Antonyo Awards

2) Theatre Leadership News

Kate Shindle Wins Re-Election as Equity President

Philip J. Smith to Retire as Shubert Chariman and Co-CEO

3) COVID-19 Updates

Andrew Lloyd Webber Plans to Test Open London Palladium in July

ALW Says Government Proposed Having Musicals with No Singing

What Governments Around the World are Doing to Support the Arts

4) Theatre News

New Print Theatre Newspaper The Flashpaper Debuts

Excerpt from The Flashpaper: About Alice, or When Social Distancing Ends

American Theatre to Suspend Print Edition Temporarily

Michael Arden Develops Immersive, Drive-Through, Socially Distanced Theatre Piece

Netflix Announces Documentary Series About August Wilson Monologue Competition

5) Recommendations

BC/EFA to Host “The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me”

Lopez Family Celebrates Fathers Day

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