New York City can’t rebound without Broadway. And Broadway’s road back is uncertain.

Marcy Richardson is hanging on, but only barely, and she’s both angry and illustrative of how the pandemic has upended artists’ lives. A classically trained opera singer who lives in Brooklyn, she honed a second specialty as an acrobat and has worked steadily for years in variety shows and high-end burlesque, with avant-garde troupes such […]

Coronavirus Impacting Hollywood Offices: Gotham Group, UTA, ICM Partners Latest To Mandate Working From Home – Update

Additionally, please visit the CDC’s website for more information about the special precautions you can take. We encourage everyone to take preventative actions and stay home if you are sick. As a reminder, you can find our policies and best practices on The Greenroom for legacy Viacom employees and on CBS & YOU for legacy […]

The Hill’s Morning Report – Sponsored by National Industries for the Blind – Woodward book revelations rock Washington

INVITATION: The Hill Virtually Live hosts The Future of Education for a two-part event (at 11 a.m. examining innovations in K-12 and at 1:30 p.m. discussing higher education). Can this moment serve as a catalyst to address persistent divides and inequities? Featuring former University of Miami President and former Health and Human Services Secretary Rep. […]

Stop thinking of resilience as a trait. It’s more than that

As a serial tech founder and former elite gymnast, I’ve faced a number of bad breaks, whether it be a season-ending injury or a crucial financing that fell through. These setbacks were often quite painful and demoralizing, and they were a struggle to resolve. As I’ve encountered more and more of them over my career, […]