November 12, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week

November 12, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week

Here’s what TheaterMakers were talking about this week . . .

1 – Laura Bell Bundy Joy

Just when I thought working on this show couldn’t bring me any more Joy! With our latest addition of Laura Bell Bundy we’ve got quite a team for our debutante ball of a reading! And make sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram for news on the announcement of our regional world premiere.

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2 – Broadway Vaccination Extension

If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. The Broadway mask and vaccination requirements have been extended through early 2022 following its current success in keeping our audiences and artists safe. Looks like our new normal is here to stay for a while! Stay up to date with Broadway’s vaccine requirements below.

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3 – MTA Broadway Ad Campaign

Broadway isn’t the only industry bringing back a classic! And we may be back, but do you know how you’re getting to the theater? 

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4 –  Outdoor Theater

If you’re reading this then you probably know I’m always looking to the positive — especially the last year and a half. And one of the biggest positives of this trying time has been the transformational way we’ve utilized unconventional performance spaces like the great outdoors! 

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5 – NAMT Submissions

Attention all writers! Submission details for the next NAMT Festival of New Musicals have just been released and it’s never been easier to get your work in front of your peers. Happy writing!

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Fun on a Friday: 

Ever wondered what it takes to put together a solo concert at one of the most iconic venues in the country? Well, thanks to Broadway’s Jessica Vosk, wonder no more! 

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