Live Performance Is Back, With New Rituals Joining the Old Ones

Seeing theater these days can involve waiting in lines to show proof of vaccination and getting rapid coronavirus tests for young children. Many fans seem undeterred.

Live Performance Is Back, With New Rituals Joining The Old Ones

The New York Times – by Matt Stevens

The long-awaited return of Broadway has brought back many familiar preshow rituals — and also spurred a few that are new. One takes place a few hours before curtain time in middle of Times Square, under a canopy with a sandwich board sign proclaiming: “Broadway Show Testing Site.”

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