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"broadway league" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Those a touch of time. Travelling at last night's tony awards. It honored work dating back to twenty one thousand nine hundred before. The theaters fell silent so it was a busy night from rome during this studio by my wolf thirty critical theater critic for the international new times. Good morning manningham. Right tell us big winners and losers please headlines well the the big winner was on rouge the musical which i mean it did open on broadway over two years ago. But of course Broadway shut down on march twelfth. Twenty twenty and the tony. Awards honored that preceding season and truncated season. So rich won ten awards which boats well fritz london transfer. It opens in london in december. The big loser was a very provocative. Play which i saw new york and liked very much by a black american rhetoric. Called jeremy harris colts slave play. And that was nominated for twelve. Tony's and didn't win any In fact the best play word ended up going to Matthew lopez's the inheritance which is a two-parter that had been seen in london although he himself has latinas writer based in america so it was an evening full of surprises and it did spread the wealth around to other shows as well. We'll get to them in a minute. But let's focus on slave play for a minute because this to have twelve nominations and not get anything. What does that say about how people react to this. Yes i suspect that will be. There's already been some Doubt expressed on twitter doubt. Tilting into outrage Tony so white. You know there's been a lot of discussion about the need to broaden. Broadway's base in broadway's re-met and to give a play that puts racial on the front foot. Such short shrift. I think will prompt a lot of navel-gazing this morning in and around new york and tell us about the inheritance with the inheritance in a way. It's interesting because it's a place steeped in the Aids pandemic and as several of its winners. Last night said interesting for that. Play to be honored as we are hopefully coming out of another pandemic so it's one pandemic looking back at another pandemic is to play the began at london's young vic moved to the west and then to broadway. Interestingly the critical response to new york wasn't particularly strong the response to slay much stronger. But i think the inheritance Kind of grappled. The voters. imagination's much did this strange application of opposed button. Have on the way that the tonys have been put together took. Everybody's got lots and lots of nominations because you've only got half a season go. Yeah i mean there were there were something like eighteen shows eligible which is not very many and To close march twenty. Twenty for bud close right. When the seasons heft was about to ramp up in the following weeks meant that lots wonderful sounding shows never got to open the joke. Was that all you had to do. A show up on broadway this season to be nominated and in fact that was true in the case of best actress musical a perform. I love actually who won. he was the only nominee in his category. He was the only nominee so guess what he won. How wonderful. i wonder if you're surprised when his neighbors tell us a little bit more about what. The tonys will hopefully doing abroad raina. Because we've we've got through the mess that you've just described and now we have tony's back there for is broadway. Yeah well that's the. That's the real thing i mean the olivier award swisher london's version the tonys for the same equivalent season given out last october. So you could ask well. Why weren't tony's giving out then as well. And the short answer is because there was no broadway at that point. And what the broadway league who administered the tonys decided to do was wait until broadway reopened which it has done as of september fourteenth in. Use the tony awards to kickstart attention towards after all vital part of of the new york economy in the american economy. Which is the broadway theatre so. There's always been thinking that the tonys are really little more than laborat- commercial for broadway. But i think that's really true this year. It's a reminder. That broadway is here it exists even if you have to be masked and vaccinated to enjoy it It is there for you and please come see us. Everything happened on september the fourteenth briefly. How have things been. Have people been filling the seats and well during themselves interesting. The broadway league is no longer reporting attendance for this season. And that's the first time in a very long time that's happened and i think that's because we're not supposed to know the exact answer i think All we know is anecdotally the musicals doing well the pleasure doing less well. Let's see what happens towards the end of the year when there is a whole flood of the shows that should have opened eighteen months ago. Matt thank you so much joining us in the studio. That was the theater critic met wolf. Unless tony's that's all we have for today's perga- many thanks to our producers reese james danube h. And charlie film macoute a researcher sophie monaghan combs and our studio manager christie evans editing. Assistance from sean hickey after headlines music on the way the briefing is live at midday in london. Globalist is back at the same time tomorrow but for now from me emma nelson goodbye. Thank you very much listening and have a great week..
Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses
"You probably know usually the broadway league releases figures every monday about box office grosses. They're not releasing those this year. They they've said stuff about like well you know plays are staggered is not the same. Also there's There's reduced reduced shows for a lot of shows. Not everybody's doing eight shows a week so we don't know i do know that waitress that the night it opened they did make an announcement that waitress itself had broken All the previous broadway records for single performance ticket sales. They made it almost two hundred thousand dollars in ticket sales But besides that all when i was at passover tusa empty seats When i was at hagerstown. I didn't see a single one and i'm sure that last night i think the odds are very good. That every seat was filled last night. They would have been sold out all the people who wanted to be part of that history. How it will continue that way.
"broadway league" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Undone. Gina Devil left London to build a successful acting career stateside Palestine offs Beyond the photographs a fairy tale car after Covid delays genus heading back to Broadway to play the lead in Diana, the musical about the Princess of Wales when the show was among the many delayed in 2020. Gina says no one in theater guessed what was heading their way. There was a bit of joking like Let's go to Florida. You know if I'd have known I think I would have had a much more dramatic reaction. But we thought it was going to be two weeks and choose happiness. I choose a fresh new stopped. I choose Broadway faces a question. Will see it ago as want to sit with 1000 other audience members without social distancing, Charlotte, said Martin of the Broadway League, There is a safety officer. At every theater changes have been made for their conditioning systems, depending on how old each one is and how recently it's been replaced. There's still a question isn't there how willing people are to go back into an auditorium and sit there with 1000 other people? I wish I had a crystal ball. I could answer that question. Hopefully our first three or four months you won't see growth around the country and covid 19. And more people are vaccinated and we'll see our lives getting back to normal. But a large majority of people who attend theatre are ready to come back to attempt. Fever lights are coming back on to survive financially. Broadway theaters need to sell 90 or 95% of seats. No one can be sure that will happen the way it used to..
Broadway Audiences Will Need Proof of Vaccination and Masks
"Broadway is starting to reopen. And if you want to go to a show, it's time to take a shot. And yes, that's a quote from the musical Hamilton. The Broadway League announced yesterday that all audience members will need to show proof of a covid 19 vaccination and wear masks. Children under 12 and people with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents vaccination will need to show proof of a negative covid 19 test vaccinations will also be required for performers, crew members and theatre employees. And the policy will be in place through
Broadway Theaters Will Require Vaccinations for Audience Members
"Things are going to be quite different on New York's Broadway in the future. Bill Alexander report Covid 19 Vaccinations and mask will be required for all Broadway audience members when the theatres reopened in the coming weeks. The Broadway League announced Friday that audience members will have to wear face coverings and show proof they're fully vaccinated when they enter the theaters. There will be exceptions to the vaccine rule for Children under 12 years old and for people with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents vaccination, those individuals will need to show proof of a negative covid 19 test. Vaccinations will also be required for performers, Crew members and theatre employees.
"broadway league" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Presidential election dispute. Georgetown law professor Paul Butler says Barrett will also face questions about a pending challenge to the affordable care act. She doesn't use herself with regard to this case, it's likely that she would tip the balance. And they were off overturning Obama care either in a narrow way, based on the specific provisions that the court is considering. For more broadly, the Supreme Court is expected to hear the legal challenge to the next month. Windsor Johnston NPR news This is NPR news. A Texas order that limits a ballot drop off boxes to one per county will stay in effect for now a federal judge had struck down the order is unconstitutional Friday. The appeals court has now granted an injunction to keep the limitation in place while it considers the case, activists say, restricting absentee ballot boxes to one per county. Infringes on the right to vote. The largest county in the state. Harris County is roughly 700 Square miles, and as millions of voters Broadway will be dark for at least the first five months of next year. As Jeff London reports. The Broadway League, which represents theater owners and producers, says that ticket sales are suspended until May 30th When Broadway shut down in March, it was enjoying a lucrative and busy season, 16 shows were preparing to open in the spring. Koven 19 stop the business, which has an impact of close to $15 billion on the New York economy and employees close to 100,000 people..
"broadway league" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"It. Ashley Bowler is Louisiana's preparedness assistant director. Some areas got up to 17 inches of rain as Corona virus cases spike in several New York City neighborhoods. Restrictions on religious gatherings are being allowed by a judge Agudath Israel of America, an Orthodox Jewish group. Sued the governor this week after he issued an executive order aimed at stopping the spread of covert 19 in hot spot areas of the state. The governor's order caps the number of people allowed in houses of worship in red zones at 25%, or a maximum of 10 people. Fox is tiny J powers public and private schools in those red zones or shut down along with non essential businesses. One of New York's hardest hit industries takes another knock. Broadway will continue to remain dark to at least next year, extending the theater district shutdown to May of 2021 the Broadway League making the announcement on Friday, saying that they are quote working tirelessly with multiple partners on sustaining the industry. Once we raise our current again, this statement also referenced the devastating effect This will have on Broadway's workers off which there are 97,000 that help bringing Over $14 billion to the New York City economy, faxes my gun, Forman. I'm so.
"broadway league" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Her people. Democracy 2020, It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. Two hurricanes some six weeks apart, have slammed into Louisiana Delta was a Category two hurricane when it made landfall last night in the city of Creole. It's now been further downgraded to a tropical depression. The storm has knocked out power to hundreds of thousands, much like Hurricane Laura did in August. Sad to say that a lot of the hard work that our linemen and volunteer linemen have put in over these last six weeks is Pretty much being undone. So it's very disheartening. Anyone that actually had a survivable facility. Our building has a more damages to it. Ashley Bowler is Louisiana's preparedness assistant director. Some areas got up to 17 inches of rain as Corona virus cases spike in several New York City neighborhoods. Restrictions on religious gatherings are being allowed by a judge Agudath Israel of America, an Orthodox Jewish group. Sued the governor this week after he issued an executive order aimed at stopping the spread of covert 19 in hot spot areas of the state Theater. Verner is order caps the number of people allowed in houses of worship and red zones at 25%, or a maximum of 10, people, faxes, tiny J. Powers public and private schools in those red zones or shut down along with non essential businesses. One of New York's hardest hit industries takes another knock. Broadway will continue to remain dark to at least next year, extending the theater district shutdown to May of 2021 the Broadway League making the announcement on Friday, saying that they are quote working tirelessly with multiple partners on sustaining the industry. Once we raise our current again, this statement also referenced the devastating effect This will have on Broadway's workers, of which there are 97,000 that help bring Over $14 billion to the New York City economy boxes..
"broadway league" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It. Ashley Bowler is Louisiana's preparedness assistant director. Some areas got up to 17 inches of rain as Corona virus cases spike in several New York City neighborhoods. Restrictions on religious gatherings are being allowed by a judge Agudath Israel of America, an Orthodox Jewish group. Sued the governor this week after he issued an executive order aimed at stopping the spread of covert 19 in hot spot areas of the state. The governor's order caps the number of people allowed in houses of worship and red zones at 25%, or a maximum of 10 people. Fox is tiny J powers public and private schools in those red zones or shut down along with non essential businesses. One of New York's hardest hit industries takes another knock. Broadway will continue to remain dark to at least next year, extending the theater district shutdown to May of 2021 the Broadway League making the announcement on Friday, saying that they are quote working tirelessly with multiple partners on sustaining the industry. Once we raise our current again, this statement also referenced the devastating effect This will have on Broadway's workers off which there are 97,000 that help bring Over $14 billion to the New York City economy boxes. My gun Tillman. This's news radio K LBJ Now to AKI weather for your radar, Weather watch record breaking heat expected throughout the weekend. Today we'll see Sunshine High 94 clear Low 65 tonight tomorrow up to 99 shattering the record of 95 from 2015, and we're still warm Monday, but less human with sunshine High 92. From the weather Center. I'm meteorologist Spill Decker When news breaks we breakin news radio, K o b J O thes enchiladas. How did you learn to make this human care? Human care. It comes with.
Broadway Shows to Remain Shut Down Through May 30, 2021 in New York City
"Blow to Broadway New York City theaters will remain closed even longer the show will not go on the coronavirus keeping the bright lights of Broadway Jar the word coming on Friday from the Broadway League no tickets will be sold for performances in New York City through may thirty th of twenty, twenty, one, the president of the League, show at Saint Martin's says they are committed to reopening as soon as conditions allow when the great white way shut down on March twelve thirty one productions running including eight news shows in previews and eight productions in rehearsals preparing to open the League says. Are, responsible for nearly ninety seven thousand jobs and bring in around fourteen point eight billion dollars to the city every year Cj Papa Fox News
"broadway league" Discussed on KTOK
"Four French cities will have to close from tomorrow following similar moves in Paris and Marseille earlier this month. The French government says hospital emergency beds are filling up quickly with Corona virus patients. Meanwhile, in Spain, the government has invoked a state of emergency to impose a partial lock down in Madrid. Local leaders had been blocking the plan, complaining it would be disastrous for the city's economy in London, Simon Oh in Fox News. British government will pay two thirds of the salaries of workers and companies that close because of Corona virus restrictions expected to take effect next week, the Treasury secretary said, taking the action to prevent mass job losses in pubs and restaurants and parts of northern England. The U. K has more than 42,600 confirmed death from the virus, the highest in Europe and number five in the world. Another delay in getting a Broadway shows in New York City Up and running the show will not go on the coronavirus keeping the bright lights of Broadway dark the word coming on Friday from the Broadway League. No tickets will be sold for performances in New York City through May. 30th of 2021, the president of the league, Charlotte, See, Martin says they are committed to reopening as soon as conditions allow. When the Great White Way shut down on March, 12 31 Productions were running, including eight new shows in previews and eight productions in rehearsals. Preparing to open the league says Broadway shows are responsible for nearly 97,000 jobs or bring in around $14.8 billion to the city every year. C J. Poppa Fox News We're putting in place tough new rules that will restrict political candidates from declaring victory prematurely and titans measures against spreading misinformation. Sided, also says it'll remove tweets calling for political violence or they call for people to interfere with election results. The changes come a day after Facebook announced similar new restrictions ahead of the election. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News..
"broadway league" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"broadway league" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Tens of thousands of voters received the wrong ballot. Franklin County Elections boards is the nearly 50,000 voters received incorrect absentee ballots, a massive error that elections officials blame on an unnamed or perhaps unknown employee who they say changed setting that a machine that places absentee ballots into mailing envelopes. The board also saying that we'll mail postcards to all affected voters detail in this situation and highlighting voters options moving Forward options that include voting in person. Jeff Man. Also Fox News away. Theaters will remain closed to May 30th of next year. The industry group, The Broadway League make the announcement today extending the shutdown from January. Broadway theaters have been close since mid March. Actor's Equity the union that represents Broadway actors, called the decision difficult but responsible. The Broadway League says date for reopening will be announced by individual shows. One of the greatest major league pitchers of all time, Whitey Ford has done the most prolific pitcher in New York Yankees history. Ford played his entire 16 season career for New York and pitch the Yankees to six World Series titles. 11 American League pennants. He won 236 games the most ever by a Yankee more than twice as many games as he lost from 1952 1967. He was 236 and 106, the highest win percentage for any major league pitcher with at least 300 decisions. A 10 time All Star and 1961 Cy Young Award winner who Started Game one of the World Series eight times and his baseball's all time leader with 10 wins in the Fall Classic did not play in the 1951 52 seasons because of military service. Edward Charles Whitey Ford died today, 12 days before his 92nd birthday. Jared Max Fox News Wall Street, The Clothes docks closed out their biggest weekly, gaining three months down. Gay 1 61, the NASDAQ Lost 1 58 P out of 30. Finally silver. Sarah, Mrs. After a dry start to this weekend, a different story from Sunday to Monday..
"broadway league" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Wherever their travels may take. People tuned a lamb radio for the latest issues discussed by hosts like Steve Gruber. They wrote X and Dana Lash call 734971 1600 Today 1600 A M. 92.7 FM Ham radio. We are American Made news. I'm rich Dennison President Trump appearing on the Rush Limbaugh show, defending his decision not to take part in next week's presidential debate after organizer's decided to have the candidates appear remotely over Corona virus concerns. I don't think the debates been there much because I'll tell you why I've done well with debates I wanted, I guess had 15. I think I want every single Paul, I want the pole. On this one with him. Former Vice President Joe Biden plans to take part in an ABC Town hall next Thursday. The president's campaign says a campaign rally will be held that night. The Broadway League announcing that Corona virus will keep the Fame Theater District closed until at least the end of May. The president of the league, Charlotte, See, Martin says they are committed to reopening as soon as conditions allow. When the Great White Way shut down. On March, 12 31 Productions were running, including eight new shows in previews and eight productions in rehearsals. Preparing to open boxes. My guns, woman Erica is listening to Fox News. The Miller minutes with Dennis Miller. I want to talk about the n ba ratings. You know, I tried to watch a couple games because my son is an MBA fan. I less so I prefer Hawking just seems like the more I don't know. I like the fact that in hockey if you step out of line, the other hockey players will get you in line, and that sort of self policing is interesting to me. I have always enjoyed the N BA and the players athletic skills, but I turned in a game. It was completely empty every inch of the sideline had some socially conscious message on it. Every player had something written on their shirt. I just couldn't follow the game as to distract it. Are we supposed to just be so guilted? We can't launch basketball Mission accomplished. I know sk Y Leonard, who I thinks my favorite modern player had a shirt on the said Leonard on the back. What should I know Their problems in the world? Can we take a break off from them? Just maybe five minutes a day. And that's the minute I'm Dennis Miller. The big networks are afraid of Blitz. The new book By David Horowitz. President Trump Just tweeted. It's the hottest book of the 2020 election and blitz is now 10 Weeks on The New York Times best seller list number one on Amazon. Still, the big media and even Fox News won't talk about Bloods. But everyone else is. Rush Limbaugh says. Blitz predicts a Trump landslide Mike Huckabee says it reveals Trump Secret plan to win and Mark Levin urges you to read it. Trump has a secret strategy and a big surprise coming for the billionaire's behind.
Broadway will stay dark through May 2021
"Stay dark through May 30th of next year. That's the word today from the Broadway League that says theater's air now offering refunds and exchanges.
"broadway league" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The I Heart radio box 31 pinpoint whether highs today and tomorrow in the mid to upper eighties seventies for us on Sunday and then sixties on Monday. Right now we have 84 degrees at DEA stimulus talks between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin are going on. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the relief bill will have breakthrough stuff that will include the Economic assistance, direct mail checks. I think that's going to be in there, and I think airlines they're gonna be in there he would not say Win a deal will be announced right now. The Dow industrial's up 131 point C S and P 500 gaining 26. The NASDAQ is up 130. Ballots are on the way. County clerks statewide are hard at work today, getting them in the mail to registered voters across Colorado. Alton Dillard with Denver elections encourages people to get the man suitor rather than later. The cylinder voters get him back here we can to get him counter. We're not one of those states where you can't touch your balance until election day. That helps us with the administration, part of it. Drop boxes and polling centers open October 19th. Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall this evening between seven and 9 p.m. central time The storm surges already starting but will not reach its peak until tonight. Delta is expected to then move out of the area quickly. President says the antibody cocktail he took to fight Kuroda virus is not a therapy but a cure for the virus. Speaking on the Rush Limbaugh show, the president said the Regeneron cocktail worked fast. I was in not great shape, and we have a medicine that healed me that fixed May. It's a great Medicine and had I not gotten it rush. It would have been in line for another year, probably before they brought it out. The president says. That's why he's requested an emergency authorization to make the Regeneron treatment available across the country as soon as possible. Today. Limp a held a virtual radio rally on the show supporting the President. Broadway will not be performing any shows until next summer, the Broadway League Trade Organization said the 41 theaters will remain closed through at least May 30th anyone holding tickets before that day can get a refund. Singer songwriter Jack White is replacing country artist Morgan Wall in on this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live. Wallen was dropped from the show for violating code 19 protocol after he was seen partying in Alabama without a mask on Our next news update is at 1 30. I'm Susan. Wicked on K Away. NewsRadio a 50 am in 90 For one FM..
"broadway league" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Station. It's 61 degrees at one o'clock that afternoon. I'm Lisa G Cove in 19. If it could would like to seep into every part of life. The N BA has been trying to keep it out with their team bubble. But football hasn't been as lucky. Now we get word that a player with the New York Jets might have the Corona virus. Sources telling ESPN a player had a presumptive positive coronavirus tests and That player will be retested ESPN reporting that the Jets players and staff were sent home after players had already gathered in the building he owned for jet scheduled to play at home Sunday against the Cardinals. With quarterback Sam Darnold out due to a shoulder injury time, Scott Pringle w argues. We also that word today that Broadway is going to keep its doors shut until next year because of Cove in 19, the Broadway League announcing its extending its closures of live in person performances until May 30th of next year. Another four months after shows were supposed to start back up in January of next year. Following several postponements. Broadway has been shuttered since March. 12th amid Cove in 19 concerns another hard hit to the economy. With Broadway bring in $1.8 billion last season, attracting a record 15 million people. A number of events have been held outside, including a recent performance in Times Square. Other Livestream shows are planned for later this fall. Jennifer Pull Sony WFOR News. This report is being brought to you by caring professionals. Ls. It is Day two of shutdowns and covert red zones in Brooklyn and Queens. There were protests again last night in Brooklyn. I'm here to tell the mayor and the governor.
Broadway shows to remain on pause until May 2021
"Not going to re open until next summer, The Broadway League has once again extended the suspension of show the Broadway league announcing its extending its closures of live in person performances until May 30th of next year. That's another form. Months after shows were supposed to start back up in January of next year. Following several postponements. Broadway has been shuttered since March. 12th amid Cove in 19 concerns another hard hit to the economy, with Broadway bringing in $1.8 billion last season, attracting a record 15 million people. A number of events have been held outside, including a recent performance in Times Square. Other Livestream shows are planned for later this fall. Jennifer Bell, Sony News
"broadway league" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It really is a matter of life or death. President Trump wants to have a campaign rally this weekend just 10 days after testing positive for Corona virus. Trump's doctor says the president should be able to return to public events tomorrow. Dr. Anthony Fauci says there are CDC guidelines for people with covert 19 that's fell out when they're no longer contagious 10 days from the onset of symptoms. That you can essentially consider someone non infectious. You can definitively show that to negative PCR test 24 hours apart. Lights will remain off on Broadway until next summer. The Broadway League Trade Organization says 41 theaters will remain closed. Two at least May 30th 97,000 workers rely on those shows for their livelihood. Columbus Day will look different in Chicago this year, There will be no parade. Part of that is because of the pandemic, but the Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans has also been dealing with a reckoning over Columbus. His legacy. The organization plans still host a rally and car procession on Monday. Sesame Street is tackling racism. The show will air a half hour special called the Power of We About Racism and how Children can stand up to it. It will also include skits and songs and zoom like format. It's set to air October 15th on HBO, Max. And now with WG and sports. Here's Mark Harmon hand. Good Morning. The Bears like short weeks when they're being coached by Mad Maggie. He's five and o on a short week. Course the Bears playing last night and beating the Bucks. 20 to 19 didn't look good early. Down 13 nothing that the Bears came roaring back in the game winning field goal from Cairo. Santos 38 yards out with 1 13 left Carolina up next a week from Sunday. The baseball playoffs continuing to day Atlanta and the Dodgers have both advanced to the NLCS. But the Yankees and raise will play a game five of the American League side. Syriza's tied to Astros did eliminate the A's who eliminated the White Sox 11 to 6 in the Blackhawks. Moving on from Corey Crawford 35 years old. He's an unrestricted free agent Stan Bowman, the Blackhawks general manager, calling Crawford yesterday and what he called quote and emotional talk as Crawford will move on to Stanley Cup titles. Ments on my finals French Open the day in the doll and Djokovic both on the court's Amar.
"broadway league" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is from the Broadway League. Michael. This has brought a Broadway update. They have officially canceled. All ticket sales through May 30th of 2021. So you can't buy anything for anything until may After May of 2021. I know you even thought that that was optimistic. But now it's official. So there you go. Broadway performance is delayed until May 30th 2021 at the very earliest. Well, I got some. I got the real inside dough for you guys. This thing ain't coming back until there's a vaccine not happen. I mean, the Met the Metropolitan Opera House cancelled the whole 2021 season. They're not coming back to Eliza back scene and Broadway is not coming back until there's a vaccine. That's what I'm hearing from my friends on Broadway. Probably the fall 2021, right? Yeah. If we get a vaccine in January and February, then we can come back. Maybe in the fall. What are all these people going to do? Well, thousands of people Are associated with that, You know, profession somehow I know it breaks your heart, though I mean I was talking to AA and maybe even get him on Nathan Lane. Maybe will reach out to him because he and I were emailing the other day and look at people like Nathan Lane. Hugh Jackman. You know the Matthew Broderick's of the world. These people have made money. They're going to be okay. But we think about all the people that we know Natalie all the great ushers. I've known all those years, the stagehands, the supporters in the theaters. You think of infrastructure. Think about holding all the restaurants like the cars there? I mean, our our our beloved Sardis. What is sorry he's going to do if there's no Broadway until May 2021 have no idea No, but it's a great idea. Let's get Nathan Lane on on. Also, we can ask him because he read your new book. That's not coming out until November, and he thought it was really good. So I asked him if he was drinking. Anything at the time are on steroids will and you're making fun here. But I mean, this is a serious thing. I mean, without Broadway that times what is Times Square going to look like a year from now. What is it going to look like? What's it gonna be like there, Natalie? Nothing gonna happen there without probably there was no time square. I mean, we knew this was coming. But when you really hear that, when it's set in stone It's Ferriol setting. Killed me so Anyway. Go ahead land with whatever nonsense you have to say about Trump. No, actually, I was talking about the trivia contest that I just lost big time. I want a lodge an official protest. I mean, the questions to Michael had to do with food and Shakespeare. Really? I mean, how about next Friday? The questions to be have to deal with sports and sports? You only get to come out. Let your question Was pretty easy. The biggest state everyone knows it's Alaska. Come on, and you want Texas. I mean, that's like that. Those questions are kind of like they're a fake question. There are question that is going to try to trick you, right. You know, it's not going to be Texas Michael years I got to admit, and I did not select the questions. They came from our panel of the question makers, but they know who you were bit makers lamp. Did they know where they were going to the question makers know where the questions we're going. What do you mean? No, that I don't know what? And you and your old It's not fun for me. You could go over this you Google would be carrying. This will be always I don't like to lose to lose. Does everybody know where? Who was getting What questioned, Can you? You Googled and that was the whole thing. There was. No this is scout wasn't yours and you goes Male, like afraid that by working Joe, you saw him didn't just absolutely song. That's why just follow my lead. Let me askyou Riedel's questions You did, you know the main ingredient of Thomas. After he said it there. All right. And you wouldn't have done that. Like what? You know what? Let's go. All right, Let's go to dance. You Pelosi tomorrow. Come here Tomorrow we're gonna be talking about the 25th Amendment. Yeah, Let's talk about the 25 The bad bits, rather tribute contest. What? Nancy Pelosi and my team than you. Well, like I can't dispute that I've had a bad day. Really? I knew what I knew. DaVinci code written by Dan somebody, My gods, Really? It's gonna be a week. You're gonna hear about this for a whole week. I'm not mad. I'm frosted. You who chooses the Who gets the horse? By Googling he She upset me. She really wants a t shirt. All right, my balls time. Okay. Good morning to the Mr Question, man who anointed him too. I only read him. Lana. I'm just doing my job Just following orders. Whenever Terry wrote for me, I'm reading today. Exactly this. Just in those we just mentioned Broadway performance is delayed again. Ticket sales suspended through May 30th of 2021. That's a decision from the Broadway League just moments ago here in the city. The crackdown is underway because of a spike in Corona virus cases. The NYPD stepping up enforcement of the new regulations, Mayor de Blasio says. We've got to get it under control. You can overcome this challenge The data and.
"broadway league" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Word is Phelan's in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bluebird radio. All right. Thank you so much. You are listening to Bloomberg, BusinessWeek, Jason Kelly and Carol Masser. Herewith you reading on the Bloomberg right now? Uh, what am I reading? I am reading. Um Blow on stories and a lot of it has to do with the reopening because I just feel like we're kind of glue to these stories because again it's like two steps forward one step back, and I'm really fascinated with it. And I have to say I'm looking forward to You know next guest because we caught up with her mid May we talked about the impossible right? The shutting down of New York City's famed Broadway theaters are still dark because of the pandemic this week. We heard that the theaters will stay closed for at least the rest of the year. So let's bring back Charlotte, Samar and she's president of the Broadway League. She joins us on the phone in New York City, talking with us about So ultimately, hopefully fingers crossed that Broadway finds its way back. Charlotte It is so nice to have you back with us. How are you? Well, I'm good, considering that all of my people are not working. I'm not happy about that. I know what a rough week. I mean, We saw the news come down, you know? Was it a pretty clear decision that there was no way that Broadway could come back this year? Yes, it wass. I mean, we've been watching everything from medical and scientific way and our the people we're working with and that we've hired have said We're cautiously optimistic about after the first of the year, but for now, there's just no way we can accomplish your goal, which is to make sure that the cast the crew and the audience are all safe, so we won't be back. Until that can be And so talk to us about the economics of this, Charlotte because I mean, obviously they're economic considerations. And you talked with us about this The last time you were with us. Their economic considerations on a socially distance performance that makes it virtually impossible. And you did a nice job of explaining that, But the economic implications of no Broadway are massive. They really are and not just for Broadway, but all of the businesses that depend on Broadway. We either hire or are responsible for 97,000 jobs. That's the local restaurants. That's the retail stores in the area that The hotel's It's the museums and the vicinity, the parking garages and they don't go backto work until Broadway goes back to work. So it's not just Broadway that's hurting. It's everybody that depends on Broadway. Yeah, I am curious some of the questions. You know the conversations you guys were having, because it's this comes in a week where we did talk to, you know, someone who manages a family owned hotel down in downtown New York and you know what they're doing, And I think, Jason they said something like 20 or 30% capacity. You know and how they're doing things differently, and it is a very different experience in terms of shoes being cleaned, and everything sanitized there is there is just no way to do Broadway. Physically or financially right on a smaller scale of not really making the goal, always feeling as many seats as possible. That's correct. We are heavy, heavily unionized business and we have the best theatrical employees in the world. But they're also the most expensive and The costs of Broadway continued to skyrocket because the world expects us to deliver the best of everything. The best set the best digital technology as well as the best actors and It's it's an expensive business to run. The the The history has shown that in the best years, one out of four shows recoups on its investment. And for the long run, it's one out of five shows recoup on their investments. So AH, significantly reduced audience just doesn't work. If if we Open and have audiences of 50% or less. Broadway won't work. So we have to make sure that when we opened, we have ticket sales to help. Keep the show's open because it would be a disaster tohave the show's open and then have to close three weeks later, right? So, Charlotte. I wonder because I know you're talking to producers and playwrights and all the folks who are on the creative side as well. I mean, what does this do for shows that were You know, maybe not quite ready to go. But we're teed up Tio open and in the second half of the year, Or maybe some shows that that were scheduled to open at the beginning of next year. Does everything get pushed? How many things Just don't happen. What's your sense of How this sort of ripples through what we see when hopefully we are able to return to Broadway early next year. Well, Unfortunately, we have only had two shows that were to open right after we closed Broadway on March 12th. And one long running show decide not to come back and that was frozen. And then there were the two that aren't going to be performing. But that leaves about 35 shows that could be coming back when we reopen. And what happens is if they all come back, there won't be enough theaters for the shows that were coming in because many of the shows on Broadway are what you call limited runs that they were going to be running for. 12 weeks or 16 weeks and If those shows do in fact come back, and we hope they do than everything that was scheduled for January. Our spring will be pushed back a bit, and we sure hope that all of those shows get to come back. Those people work. 4 to 6 years, sometimes more to bring their show to Broadway. So we want them to have their day. I have to say I was kind of looking forward to it. I think.
Broadway theaters to remain closed through Sept. 6
"In New York the Broadway league on Tuesday confirmed the theaters will remain dark for an additional three months though industry insiders anticipate the re opening date remaining in flux probably until early twenty twenty one in the longest scheduled extension to date of the blackout of Broadway theaters prompted by covert nineteen trade organization the Broadway league announced at the forty one top tier New York theaters which went dark March twelfth will remain that way at least through September six so I was excited that Disney plus is going to the end on July fourth show a movie of the stage play so just film stage play of Hamilton and I was when I don't have cast doubt original
"broadway league" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Don't forget your hands in your neck to so now. You're you're Gordon. Computers bad for your skin. I love that. These stories are still happening. An ex-con pulled over by police for not having a properly license plate was smart enough to toss his crack pipe out the window. Whoever is aimed not so great. He hit an officer right in the face with sixty one year old dairy west of Port St Lucie Florida pulled over in his pickup truck for a routine traffic. Stop as he saw an officer approaching him on the driver's side. He quickly ditched the crack. Pipe out the passenger side window. Not Aware second officer was coming up from that side. The pipe hit the officer in the face and fell to the ground. The driver who was already on house arrest and has a lengthy rap sheet of convictions including possession of drug baron. Paraphernalia tried explaining to offer. Sirs the pipe belonged to a friend who just left it in his truck that they arrested him for tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. Has You know firsthand. They don't leave any paraphernalia anywhere. Actually they'll take yours. That's not something like oh I've forgotten my crack pipe. I always do that. No Concord said that ever Broadway Actor Nick. Cordero is out of a medically induced coma. After more than a month. His wife Amanda Loots made the announcement on instagram. Yesterday the rock of ages star was put under due to complications from covid. Nineteen this complications involved. Having his leg amputated his wife said he is still very weak and far from out of the woods but Things are looking better. Broadway theaters will be closed until September They were originally supposed to reopen April twelfth then. The date was pushed to June seventh now. The closure has been extended through at least September. Sixth the president of Broadway League says officials need to ensure the health and wellbeing of performers and audience members before shows can return league is working closely with theatrical unions government officials in health experts to determine the safest way to restart their industry. A musical salute veterans the latest victim of the coronavirus crisis for the first time in history the National Memorial Day concert will not be held at the capital but it is not canceled for good instead. Organisers will combine new and past performances to air the show on PBS and Internet May Twenty Fourth of an inch. Concert from Prince is coming to youtube this week. Prince and the revolution live will stream for three days. Starting tomorrow concert was recorded. In Nineteen eighty-five in Syracuse New York and features classics like Nineteen Ninety Nine Delirious and Little Red Corvette the streaming of it will also benefit a corona virus response fund with Google matching all donations. Finally president trump hasn't weighed in on whether he believes sexual harassment allegations against Bill Maher or credible but he is making it clear. He's aware of them over the weekend. Actress and early. Hashtag me to support her. Rose McGowan accused the host of. Hbo's Real Time With Bill Maher of making an inappropriate remark to her when she was on another show of his back. In the late nineties McGowan took to twitter twitter with her claim following an episode of Real Time where Marr dismissed accusations of sexual assault against former Vice President Joe Biden. He's of course the presumptive. Democratic presidential nominee trump this morning Yesterday morning rather tweeted a link to an article detailing McGowan's claim along with a shot at the comedian writing ratings way down show socks so the president focusing on the important thing. Yeah forecast should be a nice spring day today. Sunny temperatures in the sixties. It is forty. Dd It is that ABC morning show and resuming today so we have a much clearer picture of each other. How's that working for you guys? Pretty good yeah okay. Good it's clearer but there's still a delay. Yeah it's like our voice comes through the headset. But then the mouths move a little bit. Yes so we're still trying to figure this all out. Like everybody and I think a mannequin. Our producer is not A. It's not a real person up there. What dumb idea for that guy you know. This is the perfect opportunity. Did pull off that big idea. Been telling you about dressed up mannequins in every other booth like you know the man have sex with. I'm mean on the way Jeff Conquer Mr Wednesday. Six forty five and we'll also have visit from our friend. Doug Benson from. Doug loves movies. Steve Burn Out in Los Angeles California Mark Madden will be Also joining us in the nine o'clock hour. Michael Have Your sports as we continue trying to figure out whether or not there's going to be baseball this year and Football watching closely as major league baseball owners and players try to come to an agreement figure out how to launch twenty twenty season. Acdc starting things off on this Wednesday morning. It's the team. I love being here in plum plum so much. The first time I was in plum.
"broadway league" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Wearing mineral base sunscreens which are good at blocking all kinds of light damage on your skin. Don't forget your hands in your neck to. So now you're. You're Gordon computers bad for your skin. I love that these stories are still happening. An ex-con pulled over by police for not having a properly. License plate was smart enough to toss his crack pipe out the window. However is aimed not so great. He hit an officer. Right in the face with. Sixty one year old dairy west of Port St Lucie Florida pulled over in his pickup truck for a routine traffic. Stop as he saw an officer approaching him on the driver's side, he quickly ditched the crack pipe out the passenger side window. Not Aware, a second officer was coming up from that side The pipe hit the officer in the face and fell to the ground. The driver who was already on house arrest, and has a lengthy rap sheet of convictions, including possession of drug baron paraphernalia tried explaining to offer sirs. The pipe belonged to a friend who just left it in his truck. that. They arrested him for tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. If. You know any crackheads you know firsthand. They don't leave any paraphernalia anywhere. Actually they'll take yours. That's not something like oh I've forgotten my crack pipe I always do that. No Concord said that ever. Broadway actor. Nick Cordero is out of a medically induced coma after more than a month. His wife Amanda Loots made the announcement on instagram yesterday. The Rock of ages star was put under due to complications from covid nineteen. This complications involved having his leg amputated. His wife said he is still very weak and far from out of the woods, but things are looking better. Broadway theaters will be closed until September. September they were originally supposed to reopen April twelfth then the date was pushed to June seventh. Now the closure has been extended through at least September sixth the president of Broadway League says officials need to ensure the health and wellbeing of performers and audience members before shows can return. League is working closely with the ethical unions government officials in health experts to determine the safest way to restart their industry. A musical salute veterans, the latest victim of the coronavirus crisis for the first time in history the national. Memorial Day concert will not be held at the capital, but it is not canceled for good. Instead organisers will combine new and past performances to air the show on PBS and Internet, may twenty fourth. Of An inch concert from Prince is coming to youtube this week Prince and the revolution live will stream for three days starting tomorrow concert was recorded in nineteen, eighty-five in Syracuse New, York and features classics like Nineteen, Ninety Nine delirious and Little Red Corvette. The streaming of it will also benefit a corona virus response fund with Google matching all donations. Finally president trump hasn't weighed in on whether. He believes sexual harassment allegations against Bill Maher or credible, but he is making it clear. He's aware of them over the weekend actress and early. Hashtag me to support her rose. McGowan accused the host of HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher of making an inappropriate remark to her when she was on another show of his back in. In the late nineties, McGowan took to twitter twitter with her claim, following an episode of Real Time where Marr dismissed accusations of sexual assault against former vice president Joe Biden. He's of course, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee trump this morning yesterday morning rather tweeted a link to an article detailing McGowan's claim along with the shot at the comedian writing writings way down show socks. So the president focusing on the important thing, yeah. Forecast should be a nice spring day today. Sunny temperatures in the sixties. It is forty DD. It is that ABC morning show and resuming today, so we have a much clearer picture of each other. How's that working for you guys? Pretty good? Yeah okay good. It's clearer, but there's still a delay. Yeah, it's like our voice comes through the headset, but then the mouths move a little bit. Yes, so we're still trying to figure this all out like everybody and I think a mannequin. Producer is not A. It's not a real person up there. What dumb idea for that guy you know this is the perfect opportunity. Did pull off that big idea been telling you about dressed up mannequins in every other booth. Like you know the. Usually have sex with. I'm mean. On the way Jeff. Conquer Mr Wednesday. Six, forty five. and. We'll also have visit from our friend. Doug Benson from DOUG LOVES MOVIES Steve Burn. Out in Los, Angeles California Mark Madden will be also joining us in the nine o'clock hour Michael Have Your sports as we continue trying to figure out whether or not there's going to be baseball this year and football. Watching closely as Major League, baseball, owners and players try to come to an agreement figure out how to launch twenty twenty season. ACDC starting things off on this Wednesday morning. It's the team. I love being here in plum. Plum so much the first time I was in plum.
'No Room For The Modest Hit Anymore': Broadway Prepares For Summer Closings
"Broadway is coming off a record season in terms of attendance and box office receipts with twenty nine shows to choose from right now. Five of those shows though including some big budget disappointments agents are going to close over the next two weekends jeff london explains broadway attendance was up fourteen percent between twenty eighteen twenty nineteen generating one one point eight three billion dollars in ticket sales. It's been a great year for broadway and that's true if you're one of the producers of a blockbuster show but not everyone is i've been invited to the party says jeremy gerard who's been covering broadway as a reporter and critic for over three decades when he tallied up the eleven shows that opened in close this season though shows accounted for something like one hundred and forty million dollars in investment and that's a huge number at a time time when we're seeing these blockbuster shells and more reports of higher and higher box office grosses that tells me that we're in trouble that there's no room for the modest hit more several shows always close right after the tony awards if their box offices soft and they haven't won any any tony's and that happened with three shows this year charlotte saint martin president of the broadway league the organization that represents producers in theater owners. She says every summer shows close. We have a history of summer closings that goes back forever in two thousand fourteen. There was six in two thousand twelve. There was it's eight but this year there are more and what's unusual is that instead of hanging onto labor day to cash in on tourist dollars. Five musicals are closing in the next two weekends king kong which bumped up the losses significantly because it cost a staggering thirty six point five million dollars the prom tom pretty woman the share show and be more chill. Jerry gehring is a lead producer of that show. Who's cast album enjoyed more than two hundred million streams before a sold out run off broadway last summer but it never found real traction on broadway. It was a lot of factors like a lot of shows. We didn't get the tony love. We didn't get a straight across. Critical response. Broadway is incredibly expensive and you have to fill a lot of seats to to stem the losses. The producers decided to close in mid august because a lot of its target audience teams. Go back to school now before labor day gearing. Thanks says there are hoping to make back some of the nine million dollars they lost with a tour and licensing the broadway league's charlotte saint martin points out that most shows lose money four out of five shows don't recoup some don't lose all but don't recoup and yes. A lot of people lost a lot of money. There's no question that shows cost more in if they don't recoup. There's more money being lost but why so many this summer new york times critic ben brantley has a theory theory. All the shows were talking about the musicals at least including the unfortunate king kong. Just aren't that good so perhaps we're talking about discernment for wants what's journalist jeremy gerard has another theory. There are five shows lined up for every fever that becomes available and it's a seller's market. It's a market for vertu landlords and they want the big hits in there so i believe that they're putting a lot of pressure on producers of shows that are under performing to cut bait as is quickly as possible to get potential new hit him for example after kinky boots closed this spring moulin rouge moved right into the same theater and it's a smash hit for n._p._r. News i'm jeff london in new york.