Today on Broadway: Thursday, November 5, 2020


The U.K. Enters A Second National Lockdown, Carol Arthur Dies, Sondheim Sends A Surprise Video

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1) COVID-19 Theatre Update

With COVID Numbers Rising, the U.K. Enters a Second National Lockdown

“A huge blow” – producers and theatres warn of “devastating” cost of second lockdown

London productions can rehearse, stream during lockdown

Small Theatres Fighting For Reopening Get Court Date

2) Streaming + Other News

Broadway and West End Alum Carol Arthur Dies at 85

U.K. “Rent” Revival Will Stream Online This Holiday Season

Patrick Stewart in “Macbeth,” Fiona Shaw in “Richard II,” More Works From the Bard to Stream in November 2020

Dael Orlandersmith’s “Until the Flood” Sets Broadcast Premiere Date

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

Video: Leslie Odom Jr. Shares New “Wait For It” Music Video for Election Day

Video: Sondheim Surprises Paul Harvey After His Song Goes Viral

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