September 17, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week

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

 

1 – Broadway’s Biggest Reopening Yet

A major welcome home is due for the companies of Wicked, Hamilton, The Lion King, Chicago, and Lackawanna Blues as they reopen for the first time since March 2020. Make sure you get yourselves to these shows and continue to support live theater! 

Read more: www.playbill.com 

2 – Drama League Songwriting Contest

Calling all songwriters! Here’s your chance to be a part of history with The Drama League. Find out all contest rules, regulations, and prizes below. Not a songwriter? Share this blog with a theatermaker in your life who is!

Read more: www.playbill.com 

3 – Experimenting with Is This A Room, Dana H, and PassOver

Us theatermakers know that Broadway has always been the place for creative experimentation. And that’s not stopping any time soon! Get inspired by how Pass Over, Is This a Room, and Dana H are continuing to move that experimentation forward this season.

Read more: www.nytimes.com  

4 – Digital Theater 

There’s no denying that digital theater had a major jump start during the pandemic. From TikTok, Clubhouse, Zoom, there is an avenue for almost any production you can imagine. And its legacy is just beginning. Have you created digital theater before? 

Read more: www.insider.com  

5 – Non-profit Vax Req Database

Not in NYC but want to keep up with COVID-regulations in the arts? Stay up to date with the policies across all arts organizations below so you can plan your trips to the theater accordingly. 

Read more: www.artshacker.com 

Fun on a Friday: 

Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda give the curtain speech at the first Broadway performance of Hamilton in over a year and a half (and grab some tissues while you’re at it!). 

Watch the video here:





 

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