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The Broadway League Hires Gennean Scott as Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The Broadway League is pleased to announce that after an extensive nationwide search conducted by Arts Consulting Group, Gennean Scott will join the trade organization as the first Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. She will officially start on July 6, 2021. Ms. Scott was most recently Vice President of Human Capital and Inclusion at Omaha Performing Arts where she led and

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Broadway to Fully Reopen Its Doors This September

Beginning May 6 and Throughout May, Broadway Tickets Go on Sale for Shows Starting September 14  Tickets Will Be Made Available at 100% of Theater Capacity  Productions, Theaters, and Attendees Subject to State’s Health Guidance Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that Broadway will fully reopen its doors this September, in accordance with the State’s health and safety guidance. Beginning May 6, and throughout May, tickets for Broadway shows – which begin

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The Public Theater announces encore streaming of world premiere play The Line back by popular demand through June 21

Written by Jessica Blank and Erik JensenDirected by Jessica Blank Complete Cast Features Santino Fontana, Arjun Gupta, John Ortiz, Alison Pill, Nicholas Pinnock, Jamey Sheridan, and Lorraine Toussaint The Public Theater (Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis; Executive Director, Patrick Willingham) announced today the return of THE LINE, written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen and directed by Blank. First performed live

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The Public Theater to release world premiere audio play Shadow/Land Tuesday, April 13

LISTEN TO THE EXCLUSIVE AUDIO TRAILER NOW Written by Erika Dickerson-DespenzaDirected by Candis C. Jones Complete Cast of New Drama Features Te’Era Coleman, Lizan Mitchell, Lance E. Nichols, Lori Elizabeth Parquet, Sunni Patterson, and Michelle Wilson Three-Part Discussion Series “The Clearing” to Accompany Audio Play Release; Hosted by Soyica Diggs Colbert and Featuring Sheila Foster, Shana M. Griffin, Jack Moore,

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NYC Students Get Access to Broadway Insiders

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Forty-two students, selected from public high schools across New York City, will participate in The Broadway League’s ninth annual High School Broadway Shadowing Program. The 2021 program will be presented online due to the ongoing health concerns with COVID-19.  The workshop will give this selected group of students access to Broadway professionals and introduce them to careers beyond the stage over a portion

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City Launches “Curtains Up NYC,” Free Program to Connect Live Performance Venues to Federal Relief

City providing suite of free services including instructional webinars and one-on-one counseling. Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) Commissioner Anne del Castillo, and NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Jonnel Doris today announced the launch of Curtains Up NYC, a program to provide application assistance to live-performance venues, organizations and workers applying for

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2021 Jimmy Awards to Be Presented Virtually

The Broadway League is pleased to announce that the 12th Jimmy Awards® will be presented on Thursday, July 15, 2021. Due to the ongoing health concerns with COVID-19, this year’s program will be completely virtual. Additional details on how to watch will be available soon at JimmyAwards.com. “The safety and security of our nominees, staff, and audience remain our top priority, and so

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Together we will #SaveOurStages

Though we’ve faced many challenges during the pandemic, we are incredibly grateful that you’ve stood with us and that we’ve been able to continue engaging with you through our digital programming and events since the shutdown began last March. The Public and our fellow arts and culture non-profit organizations throughout the nation have a long road ahead to recovery, but because

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Les Arts Florissants Performs Haydn’s Paris Symphony No. 87

William Christie and Les Arts Florissants present the virtual premiere of the Orchestra’s performance of Haydn’s Symphony No. 87, the last of his six so-called Paris symphonies. One of the world’s most respected music ensembles, Les Arts Florissants was founded by William Christie in 1979 and has been hailed for its revitalization and performance of Baroque music, in particular French

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Journey through India with Falu – Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Take a musical journey through India with Falu, a Grammy-nominated, internationally recognized artist. Known for her ability to blend a modern style with a classically-trained vocal talent, Falu leads an exploration of the varied language, food, and cultures of India through musical traditions from regions across the country. Performance Date: Monday, January 11 from 1:00 pm–2:30 pm ET  Part of Lincoln Center Moments:  Register Here »  Learn More

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