Broadway’s Biggest Shows Return as NYC Seeks Covid Comeback

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When Broadway shut down in March 2020, the cast and crew of the musical Six dispersed, some returning to homes as far away as London, others hanging out in New York City and teaching classes over Zoom. Only the show’s set stayed in place, lit by a single ghost light in the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, a block from Times Square.

From time to time the group would check in via Zoom, with the producers explaining “this is the progress that’s been made, this is the place we’re at,” says Lucy Moss, the show’s co-director. “Everybody felt included and knew that they were hopefully going to be a part of what’s happening now.”

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