Corrections: March 28, 2021 – The New York Times

A caption with an article on page 7 about digital interactions between Broadway stars and fans incorrectly identifies the digital event in which “Beetlejuice” actor Alex Brightman is attending. It was a birthday party attended by actors from other shows, not a “Beetlejuice” event.

In an article last Sunday about the art of Rohingya survivors, the nationality of the refugees in the Bidi Bidi refugee settlement in northern Uganda was incorrectly stated. They are South Sudanese, not Syrians.

An article last Sunday about the rising value of rare collectibles incorrectly referred to an Android and iPhone app that sells fractions of those items. As mentioned elsewhere in the article, this is Rallye, not Valley Road.

A graphical feature on page 3 with an article highlighting data showing how the pandemic hurt the travel industry over the past year shows a decline in sales for Carnival Corporation. As the article correctly states, sales in the third quarter of 2020 were down 99.5 percent compared to the same period last year – not 99.5 percent for 2020 as a whole.

In an article on page 43 about Marie-Louise Sciò’s apartment in Rome, the name of her lifestyle website is misspelled. It’s Issimo, not Issima.

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