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
2020 Tony Awards To Take Place Virtually This FallThe show must go on – virtually. Tony Award Productions announced Friday the American Theatre Wing‘s 74th Annual Tony Awards will go forward digitally this fall.
Princess Diana Musical To Stream On Netflix Before Broadway OpeningThe Broadway musical "Diana," about the life of the late princess, will stream on Netflix next year.
Broadway Workers Finding Ways To Make Ends Meet As Industry Shutdown ContinuesThousands of actors, musicians, ushers, stage hands, directors and so many more who work on Broadway have to find creative ways to make ends meet as the industry shutdown continues; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Broadway Star Nick Cordero, Who Died Sunday After Long Battle With Coronavirus, Remembered As A Force Of Nature On StageTributes are pouring in for Broadway star Nick Cordero, who died after a three-month battle with coronavirus. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Broadway Star Nick Cordero Dead At 41Cordero, who starred in "Bullets Over Broadway" and "A Bronx Tale," had been in a Los Angeles hospital for months battling coronavirus. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Broadway Reawakens In Dutchess CountyThe show "Super You" captivated fans at a drive-in movie theater in Amenia, N.Y. CBSN New York's Dave Carlin reports
Broadway's 'Super You' A Super Hit At Upstate Drive-InLourds Lane's new show was performed in the Dutchess County town of Amenia, and theater lovers showed up in droves. CBS2's Dave Carlin 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.
For Dancers, The Wait ContinuesAs 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 reports
13-Year-Old Performer Joshua Turchin Launches Online Show Amid Broadway ShutdownBroadway and off-Broadway theaters may be dark, but that's not keeping one teenager from following his dreams. He's showcasing his talents online and raising money for the entertainment community; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Disney Closing Broadway Production Of 'Frozen'The Broadway adaptation of "Frozen" will not reopen when the coronavirus closure comes to an end.
Nick Cordero's Wife Says Actor Starting To Wake From ComaBroadway actor Nick Cordero's condition has improved slightly.
Broadway Shows Will Remain Closed Through Early SeptemberBroadway shows will remain closed through at least Sept. 6.
Broadway Star Gives Birth 2 Years After TragedyCBS2's Jessica Moore has an update on Ruthie Ann Miles.
Met Gala, The Oscars Of Fashion, Goes VirtualDue to the coronavirus pandemic, the Met Gala took over social media with an online presentation on Monday night. CBS2's Ali Bauman has the story.
Broadway Actor Salutes Health Care WorkersTony Award winning actor Brian Stokes Mitchell is still dazzling audience, but now from his Upper West Side window.
Broadway Extends SuspensionThe show won't go on - at least not until June 7.
Tony Awards Postponed Due To Coronavirus ConcernsBroadway's biggest night, the Tony Awards, had originally been scheduled for June 7 but will now be pushed back to a later date. CBS'2 Maurice DuBois reports.
Playwright Terrence McNally Dies From Coronavirus ComplicationsLegendary playwright Terrence McNally has died from coronavirus complications.
Coronavirus NYC: City Life Amid The PandemicSo what's New York City like under the shadow of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak? CBS2 producer Nick Kasanzew takes a walk around Manhattan to find out.
Coronavirus: New Yorkers Staying Away From Usual Public Hangouts But Mobbing Grocery StoresAt least three more New York City public schools were closed Friday because of the coronavirus. Elsewhere, shoppers stood in long lines outside grocery stores while many other restaurants and gather places were empty. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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