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Broadway Set to Reopen on September 14

Broadway Set to Reopen on September 14

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Last May 6, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that Broadway will be ready to reopen on September 14 at 100% capacity.

Shows that have started to sell tickets as of this writing include Chicago, which is set to reopen on September 14; Six, set to reopen on September 17; The Play That Goes Wrong, set to open on October 15; Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations, set to reopen on October 16; Jagged Little Pill, set to reopen on October 21; The Phantom of the Opera, set to reopen on October 22; Jersey Boys, set to reopen on November 15; and Diana the Musical, set to open on December 1.

According to Deadline, Cuomo said that New York will begin to reduce social distancing rules at large-scale indoor venues on June 19, with seated sections designated for those who are fully vaccinated.

Broadway has been shut down since March 12, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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