Featuring dancing, singing, and acting, today’s Bwoglines is a triple threat!

Happening in the World: After two years of civil war in Ethiopia that has displaced millions, Ethiopia’s political parties have signed a peace deal to cease hostilities between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). The agreement comes amidst half of Tigray’s 5.5 million citizens requiring food aid and World Health Organization Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus’ statement that many people in the region were dying from treatable diseases and starvation. According to a joint statement, the parties have agreed to “facilitate unhindered humanitarian access to all in need of assistance in Tigray and neighboring regions,” including restoring basic services like telecom and electricity. (BBC)

Happening in the US: Democrats will keep control of the Senate after Democrat incumbent Cortez Masto’s narrow win in Nevada over Republican Party challenger Adam Laxalt. In the weeks leading up to the race, Republicans viewed defeating Masto as crucial for winning the majority, considering her the most endangered Democratic incumbent. Currently, the Democrats are set to have 50 seats in the Senate, prior to the Georgia runoff taking place on December 6. (New York Times)

Happening in NYC: The Museum of Broadway will open this coming Tuesday at 145 West 45th Street, allowing visitors to journey through the history of the city’s legendary theater district and Broadway’s storied past. The interactive museum will feature immersive experiences, photo-ops, props and costumes from shows over the years, including “Phantom of the Opera,” and provide visitors with a behind-the-scenes look of how productions are created and brought to life. Tickets start at $39, with a portion of sales going toward Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. (Gothamist)

Happening in Our Community: Calling dancers of all skill levels! Guest instructors from Brazil Rui and Alanna will be teaching a workshop on Brazilian Zouk, a form of partner dance, today from 4 to 7 pm at 50 Haven Ballroom. The workshop is beginner friendly and a great opportunity to practice partnering skills, lead-follow connection, and movement fluidity. Admission is $20 per student and a reservation is required.

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