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Two theaters pulled plays from their schedules after The New York Times reported the accusations of nine women.
The singer’s sold-out solo show, “Springsteen on Broadway,” was extended from Feb. 28 through June 30, 2018.
A landmark play about gay life returns to the stage, this time on Broadway.
The January event is notable for introducing works outside the theatrical mainstream.
She will perform alongside Ed Harris, Amy Madigan and F. Murray Abraham in the New Group production of “Good for Otto.”
The pledge of 10 million Canadian dollars, or about $7.8 million, is intended to help pay for a new theater space for the annual festival.
The musical, about dueling cosmetics executives, will wrap up on Nov. 5.