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Broadway’s lights shine again after Labor Day

by The 100 Companies

The announcement that Broadway would re-open after Labor Day is a certain sign of a return to normalcy, and with it comes along the demand for tickets.

“Hamilton,” “The Lion King,” “Wicked” and “Chicago,” four of the all-time top hits will simultaneously raise the curtains on Tuesday, Sept. 14th. Other shows will be opening throughout the fall, including the new adaptation of “Mrs. Doubtfire” in November, and “The Music Man” starring Hugh Jackman, will begin previews before Christmas.

Think you want tickets? Better get busy. Opening night for Hamilton is at a reseller’s minimum of $1,100 each for orchestra tickets.

– David Johnson, DJGroup

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