Today on Broadway: Friday, July 2, 2021


Sydney Shuts Down Shows, House Committee Approves Record NEA Budget, Henningsen and Selig Get Engaged

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1) Australian Theatre Shuts Down as COVID-19 Diagnoses Spike

Flashback to April 2021: Lessons From Oz: How Australian Theater Gives Broadway Hope By Michael Paulson (The New York Times)
Check in with “Frozen,” “Come From Away,” “Moulin Rouge!” and more in the new episode of Offstage, our digital series on theater during the pandemic.
Published March 8, 2021, Updated April 30, 2021


2) Equity Praises House Committee Supporting Record NEA Budget

3) In Other News

Bedlam to Return with Adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Persuasion”

“Mean Girls” Co-Stars Erika Henningsen, Kyle Selig Are Engaged

4) Relive the Highlights from Stars in the House’s $1 Million Celebration Show

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