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Archive: November 2020

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“RATATOUILLE: THE MUSICAL” UPDATE!
BROADWAY ON DEMAND TO EXCLUSIVELY STREAM “SUBMISSIONS ONLY” BEGINNING TOMORROW
BLACK THEATRE COALITION PARTNERS WITH COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY’S MFA THEATRE MANAGEMENT & PRODUCING PROGRAM
TONY AWARD-WINNING BEST MUSICAL AVENUE Q RELEASES MUSIC VIDEO FOR “ONLY FOR NOW”
BROADWAY ON DEMAND STREAMING “THE LAST FIVE YEARS,” “THE HOME…FOR THE HOLIDAYS,” THE CARPENTERS TRIBUTE CONCERT, AND SO MUCH MORE THIS WEEK
“THE CHRISTMAS SHOW” TO PLAY THEATRICAL DRIVE-IN RADIAL PARK AT HALLETTS POINT PLAY NOV. 27 – DEC. 19
“IF THE FATES ALLOW: A HADESTOWN HOLIDAY ALBUM” TO HOST VIRTUAL LISTENING PARTY TOMORROW AT 6 PM ET IN CELEBRATION OF THE ALBUM’S RELEASE
SONY MUSIC MASTERWORKS ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC INVESTMENT IN THEATRICAL PRODUCTION COMPANY SEAVIEW
BE AN #ARTSHERO OPEN LETTER TO THE U.S. SENATE GAINS 16K SIGNATURES
SOUTHWARK PLAYHOUSE’S “THE LAST FIVE YEARS” TO STREAM ON BROADWAY ON DEMAND THIS THANKSGIVING WEEKEND
VANESSA WILLIAMS LAUNCHES SEASON THREE OF BROADWAY’S PODCAST “THE FABULOUS INVALID” – NOW AVAILABLE
NEW CUSTOM ENTERTAINMENT SERVICE ANNOUNCED — RADIAL PARK PRESENTS
ANNETTE BENING AND PAM MACKINNON; NAMT’S 2020 NEW MUSICAL FESTIVAL; MTC’S TED SNOWDON READING SERIES – ALL THIS WEEK ON BROADWAY ON DEMAND
TONY NOMINEE EVA NOBLEZADA WITH SPECIAL GUEST LATIN GRAMMY WINNER ELLA BRIC HEADLINE “SELENA” AT RADIAL PARK THIS WEEKEND – 11.20 and 11.21
BROADWAY ON DEMAND TO RELEASE “THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS: IN CONCERT” BY SOUNDS OF BLACKNESS
TONY AWARD-WINNING PRODUCER HAL LUFTIG TO LAUNCH “BROADWAY BIZ” PODCAST
IRISH SENSATION MAXINE LINEHAN TO RELEASE HOLIDAY ALBUM “THIS TIME OF YEAR”
BROADWAY ON DEMAND AND AUDIENCE REWARDS TO PRESENT EXCLUSIVE VIRTUAL Q&A SERIES WITH ALEX BRIGHTMAN, CHRISTIAN BORLE, BETH LEAVEL, AND MORE
TWO-TIME TONY AWARD NOMINEE EVA NOBLEZADA TO HEADLINE “SELENA” AT THEATRICAL DRIVE-IN RADIAL PARK AT HALLETTS POINT PLAY
TONY AWARD-WINNING PRODUCER KEN DAVENPORT RELEASES NEW BOOK – “CAST OF MENTORS”
THE ACTORS FUND RAISES $1.1 MILLION TONIGHT AT FIRST-EVER VIRTUAL GALA