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Can Broadway learn lessons from theater in South Korea?
Sep 9, 2020

Can Broadway learn lessons from theater in South Korea?

British performers have joined a musical with a socially distanced audience in Seoul. Shares fall after drug maker AstraZeneca pauses its COVID-19 vaccine trials. Pandemic lockdowns threaten starvation for over 120 million people.

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How an actor from the West End is helping "Cats" come to life in South Korea

Sep 9, 2020
London actor Thomas Inge talks about his 5,000 mile journey to get back on stage and put on a show during the global pandemic.
The cast of "Cats" in Seoul, South Korea.
The Really Useful Group

COVID-19 stokes worldwide fears about food insecurity

Sep 9, 2020
This year, about 121 million people have been pushed to the edge of starvation.
Food vendors serve dishes at the San Cosme market in Mexico City on Aug. 10, 2020 amid the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. Street vendors were among the wage earners whose livelihoods were affected by the pandemic.

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