Vaccinations and masks will soon be required for the cast, crew and anyone attending a Broadway show; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
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COVID Vaccine, Mask Mandates Announced For Broadway AudiencesVaccinations and masks will soon be required for the cast, crew and anyone attending a Broadway show; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Broadway League Issues Vaccine, Mask Requirements For Audience MembersJust about everyone attending a Broadway show will be required to show they are vaccinated and wear a mask. The new restrictions were announced Friday as shows get ready to reopen; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
'Seize The King' Running At Marcus Garvey Park In HarlemThe Classical Theatre of Harlem is presenting a free production of "Seize the King" under the stars.
'Come From Away' To Stage Performance At Lincoln MemorialThe Broadway musical "Come From Away," based on a story of compassion in the aftermath of 9/11, will stage a special performance to commemorate 20 years since the attack.
At New 42 Studios In Times Square As Broadway Prepares To Reopen, 'It Feels Like Coming Home'As Broadway prepares to reopen, one Midtown rehearsal space is already gearing up to meet high demand; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Times Square Studio Space Plays Key Role In Broadway's ReopeningAs Broadway performers get ready to return to the stage, a studio space in Times Square plays a key role. Before the curtain rises, rehearsals must begin, and it will take some scheduling choreography to make it all work; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Rehearsals At New 42 Studios In Times Square A Sign Of Broadway's ReturnAs Broadway prepares to reopen, one Midtown rehearsal space is already gearing up to meet high demand. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Sara Bareilles Will Star In 'Waitress' Starting Sept. 2Singer and songwriter Sara Bareilles is returning to Broadway.
Free Shakespeare In The Park ReturnsThe Public Theater's adaptation of Shakespeare's "Merry Wives Of Windsor" features an all-Black cast set in a community of West African immigrants in South Harlem.
Broadway's Official Reopening Met With Some Protests Over Vaccination PolicyBroadway officially reopened Saturday, and the Boss was front and center with the return of "Springsteen on Broadway." CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Bruce Springsteen Returns To BroadwayStarting Saturday, the Boss is back on Broadway.
Sophisticated Off-Broadway Experiences Kick Off Summer Of Theater In New York CityThis is the weekend we get Springsteen back on Broadway and other shows are debuting for the summer, including some extravagantly staged ones for sophisticated, adult audiences. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Kevin Boseman Honoring Brother Chadwick At Dance Against CancerDance Against Cancer brings music back to the stage for a star-studded performance benefiting the American Cancer Society. This year’s special guest star is Kevin Boseman, whose brother Chadwick Boseman died of cancer last year. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Buzz Undeniable After First Live Taping With Audience At 'Late Show' In Over A YearCBS2's Ali Bauman talked to several fans who attended Stephen Colbert's show on Monday.
Veteran Character Actor Ned Beatty Passes Away At Age 83Beatty appeared in more than 150 movies and television shows, and is best known for roles in "Deliverance," "Network," and "Superman."
'To Kill A Mockingbird' Returns To Broadway Oct. 5Jeff Daniels will return as Atticus Finch in the adaptation of Harper Lee's beloved novel.
Highly Anticipated Premiere Of 'In The Heights' Kicks Off Tribeca FestivalThe highly anticipated premiere of "In The Heights" took place Wednesday with a starry show in Washington Heights. The film kicks off the reimagined Tribeca Festival; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Extended Version: "In The Heights" Arrives In Theaters ThursdayThe movie was adapted from the 2008 Broadway play about Washington Heights. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas spoke with the film's creators about the pride and message they hope to send.
Harlem-Born Actor Clarence Williams III Dead At 81CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Theater Performers Raise Their Voices To Stand Up Against Asian HateA song of compassion hits a high note in the wake of rising violence against Asian Americans. Theater performers are raising their voices and encouraging everyone to help stop the hate; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Comedy Shows Hit The Ground Running As Indoor Curfew In NYC Is LiftedCBS2's Ali Bauman visited Comedy Cellar and Carolines on Broadway and files this report.
Road To Reopening Gets Some Comic ReliefFamed Carolines on Broadway is open again, must to the delight of the throngs of New York City comedy fans. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the story.
Theater Staff Getting Back To Work On Road To ReopeningOn the road to reopening, many theater employees are back at work after a year of unemployment. As CBS2's Dave Carlin reports, several off-Broadway shows have opened with performances in front of live audiences.
Road To Reopening: Theater Employees Return To Work As Off-Broadway Shows Welcome Back AudiencesOn the road to reopening, many theater employees are back at work after a year of unemployment; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.