Today on Broadway: Friday, June 26, 2020


“The Minutes” and “American Buffalo” Will Bump Up Their Openings To Spring 2021, Signature Theatre Co-Founder Steps Down After Sexual Assault Allegations

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1) Broadway Rescheduling + Other COVID-19 News

Tracy Letts’ “The Minutes” and David Mamet’s “American Buffalo” Plan to Open on Broadway in Spring 2021

Actors’ Equity Calls on Walt Disney World to Delay Opening and Strengthen Safety Protocols With Regular Testing

2) Signature Theatre Co-Founder Eric Schaeffer Has Stepped Down Amid Allegations of Sexual Assault

3) In Other News

Arena Stage Launches Artists Marketplace

BroadwayHD Announces July Lineup Including “Sunday in the Park With George,” “Into the Woods,” and More

4) Recommendations

Exeunt NYC: Stage Managing One Zoom At A Time

Token Theatre Friends: How To Fix New York Theatre Critics Awards?

The New York Times: “Hamilton” Is Coming to the Small Screen. This Is How It Got There.

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