Today on Broadway: Tuesday, July 7, 2020


UK Unveils $2B in Arts Relief, AEA Approves First Two Theatres to Reopen, “Hamilton” Not Oscar Eligible

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1) UK Government Unveils $2BN Rescue Package For Theatres, Independent Cinemas & Arts Venues

Sam Mendes Launches Emergency Fund for Theatre Artists

2) Actors’ Equity Approves First Two Theaters to Resume Performances Since Shutdown

Berkshire Theatre Group to Produce Outdoor “Godspell” Next Month

3) “Hamilton” Film Ineligible for Oscars, Emmy Consideration Possible

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