Today on Broadway: Wednesday, November 25, 2020


Grammy Nominations Announced, More Parade Performances Revealed, Tons of Upcoming Concerts

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1) Grammy Nominations Announced

2) Thanksgiving Day Parade News

“Dear Evan Hansen,” “Come from Away” to Perform on CBS Parade Coverage

Here are the Broadway numbers you’ll see in the 2020 Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

3) Anti-Racism News

Inaugural Class of Fellows Announced for Broadway Advocacy Coalition’s Artivism Fellowship

Black Theatre Coalition Partners With Columbia University’s MFA Theatre Management and Producing Program

4) Streaming Theatre News

Public Theater Announces “Romeo y Julieta” Starring Lupita Nyong’o

Old Vic to Rebroadcast In Camera Productions

LuPone, Porter, Odom Jr. Join BIV’s Holiday Concert

Creel, Jordan, Watts, Join Bean’s “Sing Your Hallelujah” Concert

Jessica Vosk Joins Betsy Wolfe’s “A Pants Optional Holiday”

54 Below to Stream Princess Party, Norm Lewis, Sondheim Unplugged

Christopher Rice Announces Two Holiday Specials

5) Feel-Good Recommendations

“Avenue Q” Hosts a “For Now” Reunion

In 2021’s West Side Story, Rachel Zegler Will Deliver a Maria for the Moment

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