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Former actor-turned-lawyer Ethan Krasnoo discusses the state of New York theater, the laws that affect it, and the shows that keep us going
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Earlier this month, New York federal district court Judge Laura Taylor Swain denied a motion to dismiss a case filed by Sketchworks Industrial Strength Comedy Inc. seeking to obtain the court’s preemptive declaration that its musical Vape, which it created as an alleged parody of the musical Grease, constitutes “fair use” and is therefore notContinue reading “Is Grease the Word?”
Recently, I was interviewed by Sandy Kenyon of ABC News on theater and comedy club COVID-19 restrictions and allowances under New York City law, a portion of which was broadcast on ABC-7 “Eyewitness News” on Friday, April 2nd. After being required to close at the beginning of the pandemic nearly this time last year, inContinue reading “No More Empty Chairs at Empty Tables: My Interview on ABC News”
Broadway theaters, including The Music Box Theatre, home of “Dear Evan Hansen,” will start opening as early as April 2, 2021. But don’t get too excited. “Dear Evan Hansen” is still on hiatus, but programming at its theater and other Broadway houses is set to start as part of NY PopsUp, an event festival. Each pop-up event isContinue reading “But Only For Now: Broadway Reopens”
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