Can Broadway Boom Again After COVID-19?

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Can Broadway Boom Again After COVID-19?
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In this New Yorker virtual discussion, actors, directors, and stagehands come together to keep the heart of the city alive while awaiting a physical return to the Broadway stage. Recorded the last week of August, 2020.

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