Today on Broadway: Thursday, September 17, 2020


Vineyard Announces 2020–2021 Plans, Kenny Ortega Wants To Bring “Hocus Pocus” To Broadway

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1) Theatre News

Vineyard Theatre Announces Upcoming Season Plans

Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York Launches Relief Fund for NYC Small Theatres

2) Streaming + Concert News

Kennedy Center Announces First In-Person Performance Since March with Renee Fleming and Vanessa Williams

Raúl Esparza to Star in The Waves, an Online Musical Based on Virginia Woolf’s Novel

Laura Benanti, Peppermint, and More to Cover Sexist Pop Songs in Upcoming Concert

3) Recommendations

Kenny Ortega Talks “Hocus Pocus” And His Dream Of Turning It Into A Broadway Musical

Lena Hall Sings “My Funny Valentine” on R&H Goes Pop! – At Home

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