Today on Broadway: Thursday, July 22, 2021


Actors’ Equity Opens Up Its Member Eligibility, Kennedy Center Announces 44th Honors, The Public Cancels Two Upcoming “Merry Wives” Performances

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1) Actors’ Equity opens union membership to all professional actors, stage managers

2) In Other News

“Come From Away” Concert Version Will Be Performed at the Lincoln Memorial in Honor of the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

Andrew Lloyd Webber Pledges Loyalty To “Cinderella” But Sets No Date

Kennedy Center Announces 44th Honors

The Public Theater on Health Protocols, Cancellation of “Merry Wives” Performances 

Broadway’s Reopening Fears Amid COVID-19: “There’s So Much We Still Don’t Know”

“Broadway: Beyond The Golden Age” Will Make August 14 Premiere on PBS

3) Feel-Good Recommendations

Broadway Records Listening Party of “I Could Use a Drink: The Songs of Drew Gasparini” (July 26)

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