Oct 7, 2020
Hear & Now: October 7, 2020
Charlie and Cara discuss the proposed reopening of theatres on the West End, a reimagination of how artists are contracted in the US, grant opportunities to keep BIPOC arts spaces open, and what's streaming.
* West End Shows Announce a Return, Even as U.K. Coronavirus Cases Rise
* Some West End Musicals, Including Six, Plan to Return in November
* Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap to Reopen in London This Fall
* Andrew Lloyd Webber, All Alone in the Moonlight, Participating in a COVID Vaccine Trial
* Oxford Covid vaccine trial suspension: what happens next?
* At Soho Rep, a Revolutionary Idea: Put the Creative People on Salary
* Unemployed Stage Actors to Face New Health Insurance Hurdle
* White Actors and Directors Still Dominate Broadway Stages, Report Finds
* Mellon Foundation to Provide $5 Million to Aid Black Theaters
* New Initiative Will Grant $156 Million to Arts Groups Run by People of Color
* DIANA MUSICAL TO BE FILMED & RELEASED ON NETFLIX AHEAD OF BROADWAY DEBUT