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26.05.2020 14:43   Poll Shows One Hurdle to Reopening Broadway: Fear of Jerks

A New York Times/Siena College Research Institute poll found that theatergoers who are hesitant to return worry that the people around them won’t follow the rules.

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26.05.2020 23:39   Union Insists Actors Shouldn’t Work Till Epidemic Is ‘Under Control’

Actors’ Equity Association, which represents 51,000 theater performers and stage managers, lays out guidelines aimed to keep its members safe.

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24.05.2020 16:07   The Fall of Autumn: Live Performance Producers Are Giving Up on 2020

Uncertainty about the coronavirus and the challenge of protecting audiences and artists is prompting many prominent presenters to wait till next year.

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24.05.2020 17:53   College Students Colonize the Divided Romania of ‘Mad Forest’

In a livestream production of Caryl Churchill’s 1990 tale of riot-torn Bucharest, quarantined Bard acting students grapple with revolution.

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26.05.2020 16:58   Act Surprised! Obie Awards Go Virtual, Giving Winners Heads-Up

The ceremony, honoring Off and Off Off Broadway theater, has been forced online by the pandemic, and is being recorded and edited before the June 4 streaming.

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22.05.2020 17:37   A Season to Celebrate Asian-American Theater Is Lost to Pandemic

Briefly this spring New York theaters featured a stunning array of plays by writers of Asian descent. The scripts showed diversity and adventurous experimentation.

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21.05.2020 08:47   Andrew Lloyd Webber: Now, Yesterday and Tomorrow

Online broadcasts of some of the composer’s greatest hits put the spotlight on a 50-year career.

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21.05.2020 19:44   Race, Schooling and Inequality: Let’s Watch ‘Pipeline’

Then ask questions of its playwright, Dominique Morisseau, and The New York Times critic who reviewed the first production.

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15.05.2020 14:10   The Show’s Delayed, but They’re Still Keeping ‘Company’

By trans-Atlantic email, Patti LuPone and the Broadway director Marianne Elliott talk fear, sadness, camaraderie and the ethics of buying eggs from a Trump supporter.

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25.05.2020 15:18   Walter Dallas, ‘Heartbeat’ of Philadelphia Theater, Dies at 73

A man of many talents, he led Freedom Theater, one of the nation’s top African-American companies, for more than a decade.

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21.05.2020 16:06   6 Things to Do This Memorial Day Weekend

Our writers offer suggestions for what to watch or listen to while we’re housebound.

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22.05.2020 15:57   John Legend, Memorial Day Events and More Livestreaming This Week

Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for in coming days, and when to tune in.

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26.05.2020 20:26   ‘Smash,’ NBC’s Short-Lived Musical Drama, Eyes the Stage

Steven Spielberg and other original producers are adapting the backstage TV series, which theater fans continued to embrace after its brief run.

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20.05.2020 23:32   René Buch, a Force in Spanish-Language Repertory Theater, Dies at 94

As a founder of the venerable Manhattan company Repertorio Español, Mr. Buch reimagined works both classic and contemporary.

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21.05.2020 00:04   Rolf Hochhuth, Who Challenged a Pope’s Wartime Silence, Dies at 89

His play “The Deputy,” from 1963, took issue with Pius XII’s stance toward Nazi atrocities and caused a furor. “The theater,” Susan Sontag wrote, “is courtroom.”

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22.05.2020 15:47   3-D Sound and a Zoom Apocalypse: The Plays That Come to Life Online

Watching on a screen can feel like a poor imitation of real-life theater, but some artists are using the communications technology we now rely on to enhance the streaming experience.

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21.05.2020 16:14   Theater Performances to Stream This Week

Dolly Parton, Meryl Streep and Jon Bon Jovi in a star-studded benefit concert; a play written specially for Zoom; Shakespeare on YouTube; and more.

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15.05.2020 18:40   S. Roger Horchow, Retailer Turned Broadway Producer, Dies at 91

He built a luxury catalog business, then sold it and used the proceeds to mount the Tony-winning hit musical “Crazy for You.”

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15.05.2020 20:04   Is the Hand Quicker Than the Zoom Window?

With theaters and nightclubs closed, magicians have pivoted to remote performance. Can your screen be a place of enchantment?

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15.05.2020 21:25   A Star-StuddVirtual Graduation: Livestreaming Today

Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for in the coming days, and when to tune in.

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