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Broadway is coming back on September 14

By Dana Schulz, Wed, May 5, 2021

Photo by Sudan Ouyang on Unsplash

In a press conference today, Governor Cuomo announced that tickets for future Broadway shows will go on sale on May 6, as performances are expected to resume at 100 percent capacity on September 14. All of New York City’s 41 Broadway theaters closed on March 12, 2020, due to the Covid pandemic. “Broadway is at the core of our New York identity, and a big part of our economy which employs countless performers and show creators, and beginning this September, the show will go on,” the governor said.

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City Living

Broadway will remain closed through May 2021

By Devin Gannon, Fri, October 9, 2020

Photo by Andrae Ricketts on Unsplash

Broadway theaters, which first closed in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic, will stay dark until next May 30. The Broadway League, which represents theater owners and show producers, announced on Friday it was suspending ticket sales to all shows for another seven months.

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City Living

Broadway will stay dark for the rest of the year

By Dana Schulz, Mon, June 29, 2020

Photo by Sudan Ouyang on Unsplash

In mid-May, the Broadway League continued the suspension of all performances at New York City’s 41 Broadway theaters through Labor Day. At the time, however, many industry insiders said they expected the Great White Way to actually remain dark for much longer. And as of today, that’s become a reality. The League provided an update on their website that all performances in New York City will be suspended through the remainder of 2020.

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