Today on Broadway: Tuesday, September 1, 2020


New York Theatres Hire Women of Color, ‘The Prom’ Film Sets Release Date, Schele Williams on “West Side Story” Revival

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Broadway Wine Club Launches, Featuring Virtual Tasting with Kate Rockwell

1) New York Non-Profit Theatre Make Changes at the Top

Lileana Blain-Cruz Joins Lincoln Center as Resident Director

Second Stage Names Khady Kamara as Executive Director

2) In Other News

“The Prom” Film to Premiere on Netflix Around Christmas

Baldwin, Dixon, Wicks to Appear in Broadway Relief Project’s Live Concert Series

New Documentary “Defying Gravity” to Chronicle Career of Stephen Schwartz

Jose Solis Names Hunter College Visiting Artist, Will Host Conversations with BIPOC Theatremakers

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

Schele Williams Discusses “West Side Story” Revival on Stars in the House

Billy Porter Releases “For What It’s Worth (JLG Remix)”

Kenny Leon Shares Workshop Footage of Chadwick Boseman in “Holler If You Hear Me”

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