Today on Broadway: Monday, July 17, 2023


Actors’ Equity Comments On SAG-AFTRA Strike, Public Theater Lays Off Staff, Revised “Showboat” Coming To NYC In 2025

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1) Strike Update

Actors’ Equity Urges To “Proactively And Aggressively” Avoid Breaking SAG-AFTRA Strike

2) Off-Broadway’s Public Theater Lays Off 19% of Staff, Citing Rising Costs and Falling Revenue

3) Show Schedule

Tuesday, July 18

Opening: Prejudice & Pride (59E59 Theater A)

Thursday, July 20

First Preview: Flex (Lincoln Center Theater @ Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater)

Opening: Here Lies Love (Broadway Theatre)

4) In Other News

The Shubert Foundation Gives Record $37.9M in Annual Awards

Obie Awards Reveal New Judges and Eligibility Window

Cast Complete for Muny’s “Little Shop of Horrors,” Starring Robin de Jesús, Patti Murin, Michael McGrath

Revised and Reinvented “Show Boat” Set at Target Margin Theater and NYU Skirball in 2025

5) Recommendations

First Look at Broadway’s “The Cottage,” Starring Eric McCormack, Lilli Cooper, Laura Bell Bundy, and More

Watch Highlights of “Moulin Rouge!,” “Six,” and More At Broadway in Bryant Park

CBS Sunday Morning: “Here Lies Love”

“Here Lies Love” – Broadway Trailer

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