The Press Release:
The Broadway League announced today that the owners and operators of all 41 Broadway theatres in New York City will adopt a “mask optional” policy for the month of July. Audience members are still encouraged to wear masks in theatres.
Charlotte St. Martin, President of The Broadway League said, “Millions of people enjoyed the unique magic of Broadway by watching the 75th Tony Award Ceremony recently. Millions more have experienced Broadway LIVE in theatres in New York City and throughout the U.S., since we reopened last fall. We’re thrilled to welcome even more of our passionate fans back to Broadway in the exciting 22-23 season that has just begun.” Continue reading Broadway Announces Optional Mask Policy for the Month of July→
Not long after I posted about the pause of the “Girl From The North Country” here on “The Chronicles”, comes the news that Aaron Sorkin’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” will be doing the same. I’ve embedded the statement from their Official Facebook Page for your perusal and to see that other report just click the hyperlinked text title.
We’ve enjoyed bringing some of the news from Broadway to your attention but while its been wonderful to see people heading out to theatre, there have been a number of closures over the last few weeks. Just a short time ago, the producers of “Girl From The North Country” announced a pause until Spring to take place on January 23rd. I’ve embedded their post to Facebook for your consumption.