Corrections that appeared in print on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022.
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An article on Wednesday about the public viewing of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin referred imprecisely to the location where the public will be able to see the coffin. While her body will lie in state at Westminster Abbey, it will be on view to the public at Westminster Hall.
An article on Friday about New Jersey’s plans to convert a defunct train line into a nine-mile park misstated the date of sale of an 8.6-mile stretch of train line from Norfolk Southern Railway. It was Aug. 19, not Aug. 16.
An article this weekend on Page 13 about the difficulties in translating the lyrics of the musical “Hamilton” for a German version of the show misidentifies the character who sings a lyric from the song “Alexander Hamilton.” The lyric, which starts with “How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a/ Scotsman,” was sung by the character of Aaron Burr, not Alexander Hamilton.
An article on Sept. 11 about federal relief school funding misstated aspects of the Dallas Independent School District’s expenditures to extend learning opportunities. The learning opportunities — and not the reinvention of the calendar — are available for nearly 22,000 students. And it plans to spend close to $100 million; it has not yet spent it.
A footnote with an article on Page 100 about young, Black and queer artists misattributes a quote about Jeremy O. Harris’s play “A Boy’s Company Presents: Tell Me if I’m Hurting You.” The play was described as a “hyperqueer revenge fantasy” by its promotional materials, not by Harris himself. The same footnote refers incorrectly to the show’s run. It was scheduled to open at Playwrights Horizons in May 2020 but was postponed because of Covid-19 and has not been rescheduled; the play was not staged in 2020.
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