Leave it to Broadway to put on a beauty contest in the middle of a famine.
Shuttered since March, Broadway theaters won’t be reopening before June 2021, an unprecedented interruption that has left artists wholly dependent on unemployment insurance and the kindness of strangers.
Actors have had to give up their New York apartments; some have made the decision to abandon their careers. Stage managers, scrambling for work, have been forced to master the inner workings of Zoom. Designers, trying…
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