Today on Broadway: Thursday, August 13, 2020


Broadway’s “Diana” Musical Will Be Filmed for Netflix Release Ahead of Broadway Run, Actors’ Equity and Walt Disney World Reach An Agreement, And More

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1) On-Screen Theatre News

Broadway’s “Diana” Musical to Be Filmed for Netflix Release

“Hamilton Far Bigger Than Anything On Netflix In July, Audience Data Reveals

“Come From Away” Creators on Film Adaptation- ‘We’ve Turned in a Draft’–Weve-Turned-in-a-Draft-20200812

2) COVID-19 News

Actors’ Equity Reaches Agreement With Walt Disney World For COVID Testing: Actors Can Return To Park

3) In Other News

Patti LuPone, Jason Alexander, Santino Fontana, and Michael McKean to Star in Online Reading of “Judgement Day”

Rob McClure, Joshua Henry, Phillipa Soo, and More Announced for MCC Theater’s “Miscast20”

Rachel Brosnahan, Audra McDonald, Ariana DeBose, and More Set For Virtual Sleep Out For Covenant House

4) Recommendations

The Hollywood Reporter: Broadway Star Danny Burstein on His Struggles After COVID-19 – “I’m Not Really Sure How I’m Doing” (Guest Column)

Vulture: Five Flops in Five Days

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