Today on Broadway: Friday, November 20, 2020


Equity and SAG Come To An Agreement At Last, Equity Releases Its Second-Ever Diversity And Inclusion Report, Kathleen Marshall Re-Ups “Anything Goes” In London

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1) Actors’ Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA Reach an Agreement

2) Kathleen Marshall Will Revive “Anything Goes” Starring Megan Mullally and Robert Lindsay in London 

3) Second Equity Diversity and Inclusion Report Shows ‘Moderate Improvement’ From 2017 Study

4) In Other News

Jeremy Pope, Shakina Nayfack, Cody Renard Richard, More Make the 2020 Out100 List

The Public Theater Reveals Lineup for Its Under the Radar Festival

Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty Will Release Two Song Cycles on “Legacy” Album

James Monroe Iglehart, Cherry Jones, Telly Leung, More Join Streaming Benefit of “Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens”

André De Shields, Alan Cumming, Heather Headley, Karen Olivo & More to be Featured in “Home for the Holidays” Concert

5) Feel-Good Recommendations

Patrick J. Adams, Scott Ellis, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Jesse Williams discuss “Take Me Out”

Watch Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana Sing a Rodgers & Hammerstein Medley

Watch Ute Lemper, Sally Ann Triplett, David Hasselhoff, and Dozens More Sing “All That Jazz” From “Chicago”

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