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Brian Stokes Mitchell The whole industry is better – fighting for diversity

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Brian Stokes says Mitchell Coron is fighting to make sure entertainment industry professionals are taken care of during the virus epidemic – but first he had to improve himself.

Listen to this week’s “Stagecraft” podcast below:

Tony-winner Broadway’s favorite announced that he tested positive for the Cavid-19 in early April, but he has recovered. Speaking of the latest episode of “Stagecraft,” Diversity‘Theatrical podcast, Mitchell describes his path to getting better. “I had quite a fight with it,” he said.

However, he added, “I was lucky that towards the end of my illness when it started going to my lungs, [and] It didn’t go terribly. I first felt it in my trachea and I could feel it go a little bit in my lungs. It got to the point where I would start coughing if I took a deep breath, but when I was vocalizing I realized it was going farther. If I take a really deep breath I will say right now, I am 99.99% back. I can feel a bit on top of my breathing, but without it it feels pretty good now.

As soon as he started to feel better, he picked up his signature “The Impossible Dream” from “La Mancha Man” outside the window of his upper west side apartment as a way to thank first responders – but in the end for the safety of the crowd he was attracting. Out of concern, he decided to stop. Nowadays, longtime chairman of the Actors Fund Mitchell is using his voice to play umol for support services for the epidemic-affected entertainment industry.

He said the fund expects to disburse ২ 27 million in emergency funding by June, four times the amount the company would normally pay in a year. “There is also a growing need for services in the vicinity of health insurance, education enrollment, career navigation, because no one knows where we will be with our careers,” and the government system in the Covid economy. Mental health, addiction and recovery, which must be strongly influenced by it. Also affordable housing, because so many people will go out of work.

Also in the new episode of “Stagecraft”, Mitchell talks about his long-term commitment to charities, which he believes he does best, and which explains why “The Impossible Dream” is now the perfect song perfect.

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