Covid-19 Regulations and Requirements for Watching Various Broadway Shows

Read on to discover the specific Covid-19 regulations for attending different shows on Broadway. Broadway Shows Have a New Look This Year With the widespread administration of Covid-19 vaccines, many people are beginning to go about their day-to-day activities, and that includes attending shows. While shows on Broadway are gearing up to entertain their audiences,…

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Broadway Shows Return but West Side Story Will Not Reopen

There has been controversy from the beginning with West Side Story, but it was announced that the show will not return in 2021. West Side Story Is Not Returning Producer Kate Horton has decided that a revival of West Side Story will not happen in September when Broadway reopens. The production of the award-winning musical was a production…

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DreamWorks Theatricals and MTI Provide Supports for New Writers

In collaboration with NBCUniversal’s Global Talent Development & Inclusion division, DreamWorks Theatricals and Music Theatre International have teamed together to help nurture emerging writers. Working Together DreamWorks Theatricals and Music Theatre International work together to produce Broadway productions. DMTI is responsible for many successful showings that include Hamilton, the Lion King, and Wicked. With the…

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Christina Alexander and Wicked Team Up to Foster Inclusion

Christina Alexander Christina Alexander has taken on a new role. She now serves as the Director of Social Responsibility to Foster Inclusivity for the Broadway hit Wicked. Her background has given her a strong passion for inclusion and justice. The musical she will be assigned to explores a similar theme. Wicked: A Brief Synopsis The musical production takes…

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Broadway Shows Not Reporting Grosses: Why?

Usually, when an industry refuses to report its profits, it’s because things might not look good to potential investors. In this case, that’s likely not the reason at hand. Broadway has thousands of raving fans who are anxious to get back into theaters after such a long hiatus, so we’re anticipating a landslide of ticket…

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Actors’ Equity & Off-Broadway League Agree On New Contract:

Covid Protocols, Diversity Initiatives & Significant Pay Raises The Actors’ Equity Association and the Off-Broadway League have agreed on a three-year contract. This includes a number of interesting clauses, which are very much a reflection of current realities. For instance, there are raises in the minimum salaries. Those at not-for-profit Off-Broadway theaters will be seeing…

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