Today on Broadway: Monday, March 15, 2021


Tours Begin Selling Fall Dates, ‘BoM’ Creatives Meet to Address Racial Concerns, Recommending Reading and Videos

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1) Broadway shows plan to get back on the road this fall


2) “Book of Mormon” Creatives Convene to Address Racial Concerns

3) Assigned Reading

The Unraveling of a Dream

Taylor Iman Jones queued up ‘Hamilton’ and ‘Devil Wears Prada.’ Then, the pandemic

“I Was The One Who Broke Broadway”: Meet The First Usher To Test Positive For COVID

4) Feel-Good Recommendations

“We Will Be Back” Pop-Up Performance in Times Square

The Actors Fund Has Distributed a Record $19 Million in Year of COVID

Rob McClure Releases Conductor Cam: Season 2, Episode 1 ‘Coming Attractions’

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