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Council Members Jimmy Van Bramer, Laurie A. Cumbo, and Paul Vallone and more discussed the bills in a September 23 hearing.
The New York City venue previously canceled all in-person programming through 2020.
The 32nd annual edition will feature drive-in screenings and virtual premieres.
The New York institution aims to reopen in Fall 2021 with Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones, marking the first work by a Black composer to play the Met.
The founding member of The Four Seasons died September 21 at 92.
Cast members from the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical—including Lin-Manuel Miranda himself—offered a voter mobilization twist to the show’s lyrics on National Voter Registration Day.
Cooper will also direct the Netflix project.
Teatro Real’s performance of Un Ballo in Maschera was suspended September 20 after a delayed start and two attempts to resume.
Something’s Coming will launch the New Works Virtual Festival, benefiting The Actors Fund, October 25.
Jagged Little Pill depicts contemporary kitchen table topics. SIX is comprised of a half dozen Tudor queens. Both are about waking up and finding a voice.
Plus: Joe Mantello and the cast of Netflix's The Boys in the Band are heading to 92Y.
The Reunion, celebrating various female pop stars, will welcome a socially distant live audience and be broadcast globally.
The Nightly Met Streams series enters its 28th week.
Relive your Renthead days, return to the Bee, sate your sweet tooth with show tunes, and more.
The virtual event will feature such Broadway favorites as LaChanze, Brandon Victor Dixon, and Jenn Colella.
The Pop TV comedy made history with its swansong season by earning seven wins in the primetime ceremony,
The aptly named S.O.S. would provide $10 billion in grants to live venues across the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Tony winner's self-titled album arrives in October.
The Sugar in Our Wounds cast reunites, the Broadway Flea Market goes virtual, and more.
The writer premiered several of his works at the New York City-based Negro Ensemble Company and Chicago’s Victory Gardens Theater.
The filmed capture of the Pulitzer finalist and Tony-nominated play will premiere in October, marking a new overall deal between Schreck and Amazon Studios.
The in-the-round production will follow the Giles Terera-led Death of England: Delroy, marking the National's first in-person offering since March.
The streaming event is the third title in Paula Vogel's "Bard at the Gate" series.
The new Off-Broadway lineup includes digital and outdoor performances with a potential return indoors in 2021.
The performance from Aruba Productions will be available September 30—the Sweeney Todd star’s 81st birthday.
The partnership between Broadway Booking Office and BY Experience will present socially distanced presentations of Kinky Boots, Fleabag, and more.
The tribute from Black Opera Productions honors the late soprano on what would have been her 75th birthday.
Faye Armon-Troncoso brings detail to the worlds of such Broadway shows as In the Heights, Fun Home, War Horse, and Of Mice and Men.
The campaign includes a September 17 virtual town hall featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda, Adrienne Warren, Nikki M. James, and more.
The Dreamgirls Tony winner will take the stage October 19.
For the Love of Lyric, also featuring opera stars Ailyn Pérez, Soloman Howard, and J'Nai Bridges, premiered September 13.