Congressional House Hearing Held To Discuss COVID's Impact On Arts IndustryDuring the virtual hearing, speakers implored small business committee members to extend unemployment for creative workers, create a Secretary of Arts and Culture and support universal arts education in schools.
Broadway Theaters Dim Lights To Honor Late Actor Sidney PoitierHe started his acting career in New York City and was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960.
Broadway Marquees Will Dim To Honor Trailblazing Actor Sidney PoitierHe was nominated for a Tony Award in 1960 for the Broadway production of "A Raisin in the Sun."
'Rumors Of Our Death Are Wildly Exaggerated': Broadway League President Optimistic Despite Sales SlumpIt’s nothing new for ticket sales to dip in January and February, but the surge of the Omicron variant is making it worse this season.
The Show Must Go On, And Nobody Knows That Better Than Swings, Understudies And Ensemble Members Like Chelsea Lee WilliamsThose performers may not have their names on the marquee, but they make sure shows don't miss a beat.
Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright Lynn Nottage Celebrates Having 3 Shows Running In NYC At The Same TimeNottage says it's something no other Black woman in the industry has done.
'Running A Show On Broadway Is A Challenge In The Best Of Circumstances': 'Girl From The North Country' Producer Discusses Decision To Close Acclaimed New MusicalUnlike many other Broadway shows, "Girl from the North Country" has not had to cancel a single performance since reopening in October, but box office revenue is down.
2 Broadway Shows Announce Temporary Closure Plans As Attendance Drops Across IndustryAccording to the Broadway League, only 62% of tickets were sold for the week that ended on Sunday.
Broadway To Require Masks And Proof Of Vaccination Through AprilChildren ages 5 to 11 will also have to show proof of full vaccination starting Jan. 29.
Young Stars Atticus Ware And Avery Sell Reflect On Starting Broadway Careers Young, Navigating Pandemic ChallengesChild actors on Broadway are living their dreams in tough times for the industry. They have big responsibilities as COVID-19 complicates their schooling, their jobs, and their home lives.
'Jersey Boys' Still Going Strong All These Years Later, This Time Off-Broadway And Despite COVID-19While many shows have had cancellations during this latest COVID-19 surge, Broadway is still open for business. Off-Broadway is back, too.
More Closures On Broadway: 'The Music Man' Goes Dark Through End Of December; Star Hugh Jackman Tests Positive For COVID-19"The Music Man" has canceled all performances through the end of the year due to COVID-19. It's one of many forced to close either temporarily or for good.
2 More Broadway Shows Go Dark Because Of COVID SurgeWaitress" announced it's closing for good, effective immediately. It was supposed to run through Jan. 9. "Thoughts Of A Colored Man" has officially ended its run, too.
Writer Of Broadway's 'Thoughts Of A Colored Man' Forced Into Action On Stage After COVID Sidelines StarFor some Broadway productions, even when the show goes on it does so without a full cast. That was particularly evident on Tuesday night, when a playwright jumped in to save the day.
'The Lion King' The Latest Broadway Show To Temporarily Close Due To COVID-19 Positive TestsIt was another day and another round of closings on Broadway.