The New York City Ballet announced the cancellation of its winter and spring seasons.

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New York City Ballet Cancels Performances Until September 2021The New York City Ballet announced the cancellation of its winter and spring seasons.
NY Philharmonic Bandwagon Holding Weekend ConcertsThe New York Philharmonic is continuing its roadshow of live bandwagon performances across the city this weekend.
Promoters Fined $20K For Hosting Pandemic Concert On Long IslandPromoters behind a concert on Long Island held during the pandemic are being fined $20,000.
Best And Brightest Of Broadway Surprise Times Square With Pop-Up PerformanceBroadway went dark back in March when the coronavirus pandemic forced theaters to close. But on Wednesday performers came back to surprise Times Square with a pop-up performance. CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reports.
Live Performances Popping Up At Outdoor Venues Across NYCBroadway may be closed, but the city is alive again with all kinds of performances. From Manhattan to Queens, talented actors and actresses have been hitting the streets, bringing New Yorkers new kinds of entertainment; CBS2's Cory James reports.
New Plan Aims To Allow NYC Performers To Use Outdoor SpacesTheaters have been dark since last spring, but now the spotlight is on a new plan that could allow shows to move outdoors; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Metropolitan Opera Cancels Entire 2020-21 SeasonThe Metropolitan Opera is canceling its entire 2020-21 season.
Creative Artists Finding Ways To Perform While Fighting For Survival Amid ShutdownThousands of creative artists are fighting for their survival as the entertainment industry remains mostly shut down. Despite their struggles, some are reaching new heights with pop-up performances; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Front Line Emergency Room Workers Raise Money For The Actors Fund With ‘Brave Hearts For Broadway’An unlikely cast makes up “The Front Line Choir And Friends,” who are rehearsing for a show called "Let Us Entertain You." CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Seinfeld Joins Sen. Schumer In Fight To Save Live Performance Entertainment IndustryThe TV legend and the lawmaker are trying to get the federal government to provide desperately needed funding for the many businesses that may face extinction due to the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the story.
Sen. Schumer, Jerry Seinfeld Team Up To Get Help For City Entertainment VenuesThe lawmaker and comedian are calling on the federal government to supply critical funding needed to keep many businesses struggling doe to the coronavirus pandemic from going under. CBS2's Cory James reports
'Be An Arts Hero' Movement Out To Save Theater CommunityThe group wants the federal government to step up and help financially all performing arts workers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports
Billy Joel To Perform At MSG Starting In November 2021Billy Joel is set to make his return to Madison Square Garden in November of 2021.
Coronavirus Doesn't Stop MTV VMAsThe annual Video Music Awards show went off all over New York City, with several socially distant performances. CBS2's Cory James reports
Dancers Playing The Waiting Game On ReopeningAs many businesses reopen and people return to work, a job that requires close contact, dance, is still a long ways from getting back on the stage. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge recently spoke to dancers waiting in the wings.
Disney Closing Broadway Production Of 'Frozen'The Broadway adaptation of "Frozen" will not reopen when the coronavirus closure comes to an end.
The Dig Callback: Community Spirit Despite Distance At SoHo Pharmacy Thompson ChemistsCBS2's Elle McLogan finds out how an unconventional health store is maintaining its musical tradition in the face of social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Broadway Shows Go Dark Under New Restriction On Large GatheringsDue to a statewide ban on gatherings of more than 500 people, the bright lights of Broadway are going dark.The Broadway League announced all shows were suspended through April 12. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Step Afrika! Drumfolk Traces Modern Africa American Dance Back To Roots In 1700s Deep SouthThe performance includes an African-American dance over 200 years old called the ring shout, dance and drumming traditions from Angola, and a contemporary routine of stepping and vocal percussion. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick To Star On Broadway TogetherThe married couple will star in a revival of Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite," opening for a limited run at Broadway's Hudson Theater next Friday, March 13.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, First African-American Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Black History Month: The Night Ella Fitzgerald Came To Apollo's Amateur Night A Nobody And Left As A LegendMany stars became discovered thanks to Amateur Night at the Apollo, but none have had as big or as lasting impact on modern music as Ella Fitzgerald. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Black History Month: Apollo Theater Continues To Cultivate New Talent With Amateur NightAs we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we're shining a spotlight on the brightest stage: the Apollo Theater. The Harlem landmark is not only rich in history, every week it continues to cultivate new talent; CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Black History Month: Apollo Theater Marks 86th Year Of Amateur NightThe longest-running talent show in America has a long-standing tradition since 1934 to have every performer rub a cherished treasure for good luck. CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.

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