Today on Broadway: Tuesday, June 30, 2020


Broadway to Remain Closed into 2021. Broadway League to Investigate Diversity Issues, “Six” to Make UK Return via Drive-In

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1) Broadway to Remain Closed into 2021

Equity Calls for Economic Arts Relief Package

Actors Fund Launches “Every Artist Insured” Campaign

Cirque du Soleil Files for Bankruptcy Protection

“CBS Sunday Morning” Checks in with Regional Theatres

2) Broadway League Plans to Investigate Diversity within the Industry

IATSE Calls for “Industry-Wide Discussion” on Systemic Racism

3) Show and Casting News

“Six” Announces to Resume UK Performances Via Drive-In

“Da Vinci Code” to Head to the Stage in 2021

Quibi to Release Fan Film of “The Princess Bride”

4) Recommendations

Los Angeles Times: ‘We need to talk about the money’: Leslie Odom Jr.’s ‘Hamilton’ duels, onstage and off

TedxBroadway to Feature Sammi Cannold, Casey Mink, More

Disney+ Releases “Satisfied” Clip

Matt Reviews The Other Palace’s Virtual “The Last Five Years”

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