Broadway theaters were darkish since March 12 because of the coronavirus pandemic. In all, 31 presentations close down, together with “Hadestown” on the Walter Kerr Theatre, illuminated now handiest through the normal ghost gentle.
When would possibly theatres re-open without having for mask? Actress Jennifer Garner not too long ago posed that query to Dr. Anthony Fauci: “I’d suppose by the point we get to the top of 2021, perhaps even the center of 2021,” he answered.
No longer that the theater scene is all gloom-and-doom, notes “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley.
The musical “Six,” in line with the six other halves of Henry VIII, noticed its reliable Broadway opening blocked, however it is going to open q4 in London, to a scaled down target audience.
To observe the solid of “Six: The Musical” carry out on the Olivier Awards click on at the participant underneath:
“Diana,” a musical in regards to the overdue Princess of Wales, streams on Netflix subsequent 12 months, ahead of sooner or later going reside once more on Broadway.
Watch a efficiency through Jeanna de Waal from “Diana: A New Musical”:
Additionally expected on Broadway someday subsequent 12 months: the musical “MJ,” starring Ephraim Sykes as Michael Jackson:
And a revival of “The Track Guy,” with Hugh Jackman.
Nor will have to we omit David Byrne’s “American Utopia,” which closed this previous February, however is because of move on HBO and HBO Max October 17.
And consider it or now not, regardless of the pandemic, there if truth be told has been reside theater.
The Berkshire Theater Workforce in Massachusetts is polishing off its reside on-stage manufacturing of the musical “Godspell” this weekend, introduced, in fact, to a socially-distanced target audience.
Encouraging indicators that, a method or any other, the display WILL cross on.
Tale produced through Juan Torres-Falcon.