Tag: Broadway

Tony Awards make long-awaited return

Photo Courtesy of Philadelpha City Council, Flickr After pandemic delays, the 74th Tony Awards were finally held this past weekend. Broadway performers and audiences alike were thrilled to see their favorite shows get the recognition that they deserve. The nominees and performers made conscious efforts to wear masks and continue […]

Broadway returns to NYC under new COVID mandates

Photo courtesy of Fair Use, Wiki   For a year and a half Broadway’s marquee lights have been shut off, leaving New York City dark. Now this metropolitan staple is making a show-stopping return, with musicals such as “Wicked,” “The Lion King” and “Hamilton” being met with standing ovations. Broadway […]

Allegations against Scott Rudin stir an industry uprising

Photo courtesy of Andy Willis, Unsplash Broadway and film producer Scott Rudin resigned from the Broadway League last weekend, the latest update in his step back from Broadway after abuse allegations, according to Deadline. The news of these allegations began stirring within the entertainment community in early April after […]

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will revive Broadway

Photo courtesy of Peter Roan, Flickr After nine months of no Broadway magic, four productions have been slated to perform at the 94th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: “Hamilton,” “Mean Girls,” “Jagged Little Pill” and “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations.”  Broadway fans have been dying for […]

COVID-19 has affected entertainment in more ways than one

Photo courtesy of Andreas Praefcke, Wikipedia Social Distancing The COVID-19 outbreak has re-oriented the way various industries in the United States operate, ever since it began to spread in rapid and concerning numbers. To quell the spread of COVID-19, states began to implement various social distancing policies. These policies call […]