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The Harriet Tubman Effect Launches Broadway Ticket Accessibility Initiative

Lantern Tix will allow theatregoers to see Into the Woods, KPOP, Kimberly Akimbo, Leopoldstadt, and Topdog/Underdog for free or affordable prices.



The Harriet Tubman Effect Launches Broadway Ticket Accessibility Initiative

The Harriet Tubman Effect has announced a partnership with several Broadway shows to increase accessibility to tickets.

Lantern Tix will allow theatregoers to see Into the Woods, KPOP, Kimberly Akimbo, Leopoldstadt, and Topdog/Underdog for free or affordable prices.

Groups and individuals from partnering New York community based organizations, schools, and under-resourced communities, which are approved by the Harriet Tubman Effect, will be given the opportunity to attend a Broadway show for free or for the accessible price of $22.50.

Learn more at https://www.harriettubmaneffect.com/





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Broadway Advocacy Coalition and Broadway stage manager and producer Cody Renard Richard have announced the 10 recipients of the 2023 class of The Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program.

Black Theatre United to Launch New Discussion Series: The Business of Show in Honor of Bla Photo
Black Theatre United is launching discussion series titled “The Business of the Show,” in honor of Black History Month. The four-part series will kick off with conversations with the Founders of Black Theatre United, hosted by Ernst & Young, LLP.

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Audiences are buying tickets closer to the actual show date - but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re making the decision to see the show late. In a post-COVID era, audiences are more attuned to the fact that things can shift, and so in an effort to protect themselves from navigating a cancellation, they’re waiting to purchase their tickets.

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