Jordan Catalano said: "As optimistic as I’ve been, I’m really thinking it’s gonna be Fall before we see anything open up."
To be honest, I kinda agree. I do think that once we've crossed our peak (which is projected to be around late April-early May), and get on a steady decline of new cases, we'll see some of the restrictions start to loosen, and at least we can go back to living life semi-normally. But since Broadway theatres are such
After this is all over, we take all 500 (by that time) of the threads about COVID-19, and use them to write an epic musical that will rival Hamilton. It will open in 2023 at the Winter Garden Theatre, and run there for longer than Cats.
magictodo123 said: "While I did cringe a little during their Tony Awards performance (not so much a fan of the music) telling people what shows they can and can't like is just going way too far. People being afraid to post that they liked it, or saw it, because people will come out of the woodwork to do everything they can to shame that person, and make them feel awful for seeing the show. It has to stop."
We know that a few people hurt your feelings on Twitt
LexiGirl said: "I am so awkward at stage doors! I just did it for Hadestown last week and only about 3othertimes in the past few years.All I’ve managed to convey is a heartfelt “thank you so much”, but then I don’t know if they thought I was thanking them for the autograph or their performance, when I really meant both. I definitely need more practice."
Honestly, that's all you need to say. You'd be surprised at how much actors don'