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As Broadway looks toward an autumn reopening, workers fear returning to a "normal" built on centuries of inequity.
The announcement marks a potential sea change for an industry that has long struggled with accountability.
Arts workers are now a high priority, given the industry's $15 billion impact on the city's economy.
With a game-changing vaccine rollout, Broadway's power players are getting down to brass tacks - and eyeing a September return.
With the pandemic ongoing, crowdsourced musicals and platforms like TikTok point to a sea change in show business.
Cody Renard Richard hopes to provide easier access to a traditionally insular industry, and set the stage for a strong post-pandemic return.
After months of uncertainty, the Tony Awards will be presented digitally, a bright spot in a dark season for Broadway fans and workers alike.
The Tony and Emmy award winner is working through the pandemic with her trademark cheer, and doubling down on education.
How does show business survive a pandemic? By betting long on rising talent, and leveraging wealth instead of sitting on it.
After months of painful uncertainty, the billion-dollar theater industry now has at least one event to celebrate as the pandemic rolls on.
Broadway ad agency SpotCo is suing producer Scott Rudin for unpaid debts, disrupting a years-long relationship between industry heavyweights.
Assuming Broadway has reopened, Hoffman will anchor Scott Rudin's 'Our Town' revival - four years after seven women accused him of sexual assault and harassment.
With Disney cutting bait and other megabrands in limbo, one wonders whether major studios see a future on Broadway.
A $75 million investment yields a bright spot for the troubled House of Mouse.
"A Strange Loop" is the tenth musical ever to win the top prize, but it's blazing a new trail in other ways.
Billions of dollars are needed to resuscitate the entertainment industry. The government can provide them. So what's the holdup?
The industry is in an excruciating status - but some organizations are transmuting their usual accolades into emergency relief.
Broadway's biggest night is officially in limbo. Producers are canceling and delaying multiple productions that might have competed.
New York's marquee industry is set to lose over $100 million as thousands of jobs evaporate.
While the industry has held firm so far, data points to a tough spring ahead—especially if tourists decide to stay away from New York.
Critics and protests haven't dented the box office at 'West Side Story' - but the rest of the industry is in a rut, waiting for awards season to start.
The new musical is making good on the buzz, while the jury is still out on Bob Dylan's Broadway bow.
The buzzy London import 'Six' started strong, David Byrne closed on a high note, and 'West Side Story' is bracing for protests.
One of only two Asian lead producers on Broadway, Vivek Tiwary has a fanboy's passion and an immigrant's drive to get the job done.
Jonathan Rockefeller has built a burgeoning theatrical empire on nostalgic properties, aimed at children who've never been to the theater.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's latest show closed in profit, but it was slim pickings elsewhere, with the Rialto on the edge of a deep slump.
A holiday slump didn't stop the billion-dollar industry from having the most lucrative start to a new year in history.
An uneven slate of shows reflected the unsteady state of America's culture writ large, making for a wild, unpredictable year on stage.
The billion-dollar industry closed out the year in sterling, if not historic, fashion.
The spooky musical has had an astonishing turnaround, and West Side's revival weathered a backlash over sexual misconduct.
Harry Connick Jr. also had a great return to form with his tribute show, and David Bryne's 'American Utopia' had its best week to date.