Musical theatres have stood empty since the spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic closed entertainment venues across the US. Photo: Shutterstock Musical theatres have stood empty since the spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic closed entertainment venues across the US. Photo: Shutterstock
Musical theatres have stood empty since the spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic closed entertainment venues across the US. Photo: Shutterstock

Broadway stars talk about their uncertain futures, with musicals one of the hardest hit entertainment sectors

  • Musical theatres around the world closed earlier this year because of Covid-19 and may be among the last venues to reopen
  • Broadway actors talk about struggling with depression and a lack of income, while trying to keep the spark alive

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Musical theatres have stood empty since the spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic closed entertainment venues across the US. Photo: Shutterstock Musical theatres have stood empty since the spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic closed entertainment venues across the US. Photo: Shutterstock
Musical theatres have stood empty since the spring, when the Covid-19 pandemic closed entertainment venues across the US. Photo: Shutterstock
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