Today on Broadway: Wednesday, July 14, 2021


Broadway Gets Emmy Nominations, New York City Center Announces Its New Season, (At Least) Five Theatres Must Improve Accessibility

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1) Broadway Stars and More Earn Emmy Nominations

2) “West Side Story,” “Hangmen” Get SBA Funds To Resume Performances

3) New York City Center Announces 2021-22 Season, Including Encores! Runs of “Into the Woods,” “The Life,” & “The Tap Dance Kid”

4) In Other News

Signature Theatre Announces 2021/22 Season Featuring Pre-Broadway Engagement of “KPOP”

Mo Rocca, Alfie Fuller, Julie Halston, Ann Harada & More to Star in “Fairycakes” World Premiere Off-Broadway

Benedict Cumberbatch, Michaela Coel, Chiwetel Ejiofor & More Appear in New Shows from National Theatre at Home

U.S. Attorney Files And Simultaneously Settles Lawsuit Against Jujamcyn Theaters LLC To Improve Accessibility At Five Of Broadway’s Most Historic Theaters

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