53 percent of theatregoers are not in favor of ending the mask requirement on April 30, and 77 percent are very negative about eliminating the vaccination requirement.
The $2.1 million in expedited arts funding includes $1.6 million for Chicago small arts organizations and $576,000 for general operating renewal grants.
The Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account, which tracks the annual economic impact of U.S. arts and cultural production, has recorded areas of loss and growth during the pandemic.
The last 2 years forced us to face fundamental uncertainty and loss, and that’s a gift that will keep on giving.
How Lloyd Suh’s ‘The Chinese Lady’ made it through 2 years of pandemic, protest, and anti-Asian hate to emerge as the nation’s most-produced and possibly most essential play.
The work of understudies, standbys, and swings is always exhausting and show-saving, but it took a pandemic to get most audiences and even the industry to recognize their value.
The Creatives Rebuild initiative provides either guaranteed income or employment funding for artists and arts institutions across New York State.
No, it’s not March 2020 all over again, but the latest COVID-19 variant has theatres struggling with some familiar dilemmas of safety and scheduling.
The legendary training program will continue its conservatory and other training programs, but its 3-year theatre degree has become a COVID casualty.
This month’s production of ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ has been postponed to spring, and a Broadway-bound staging of ‘Destiny of Desire’ has been cancelled.