What the Coronavirus Pandemic Means for the Future of Broadway


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What the Coronavirus Pandemic Means for the Future of Broadway

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This article from the New Yorker touches on what the long-term effects on Broadway plays may be due to COVID-19. It touches on multiple issues facing Broadway actors, such as the recent deaths of Nick Cordero and Terrence McNally due to complications from COVID-19, the strain on the Actor's Fund due to the financial aid needed by unemployed actors, and how actors are continuing to try to perform during the pandemic. The end even touches on the Black Lives Matter movement and its possible implications on Broadway.

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This item was submitted on August 29, 2020 by Elizabeth Sconyers using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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