Currently 12 shows are open in New York's prime theater district. By year-end, there should be 38.
Their success may hinge on attracting new audiences.
Blackeyed Theatre, a touring group, on how the company weathered COVID-19 and the worst financial crisis in its history.
Arts organizations have had to cancel or reimagine their blockbuster holiday shows due to the pandemic.
Actors' Equity and SAG-AFTRA resolve their dispute, with Actors' Equity representing the virtual broadcasts. The agreement includes restrictions.
The vice president of the Mexican Society of Theater Producers said the industry has lost about $1 billion since theaters closed in early March.
One of Britain’s most successful industries struggles to recover from the pandemic.
Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal spoke with the Tony-winning producer about the future of the theater.
Entertainers from London's West End have found temporary work in supermarkets after theaters closed due to the coronavirus shutdown.