The New York Daily News reports:
“The Phantom of the Opera,” Broadway’s longest running show, will resume on Oct. 22 — one of several mainstay productions on the Great White Way that plan to open up in the fall. Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday, the show’s website noted. Other shows, including “Aladdin,” “Hamilton,“ “Chicago,” and “Come From Away” are also planning to open in the fall after Gov. Cuomo announced Wednesday that Broadway will be able to reopen on Sept. 14. For a full list of shows planning to re-open in the fall, as well as shows that have been cancelled, one can go here.
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HERE’S A LIST of Broadway shows set to open in September — tickets on sale soon
“Broadway is at the core of our NY identity, and a big part of our economy which employs countless performers and show creators — the show will go on,” Cuomo says https://t.co/EyLKRZ8Osn
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