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Hugh Jackman’s COVID-delayed ‘The Music Man’ sets new 2022 opening night

according to Deadline.The decision to push back the production comes in the wake of the Broadway League’s announcement Friday morning that theaters will remain shut down through May 31, 2021, due to the global COVID-19 crisis.Shows were shut down March 12, 2020, and had been placed on hold until January 2021.Tony-winning director Jerry Zaks, who is set to helm the production, expressed his frustration about the shutdown back in June.“In 50 years, I’ve never been told to stop working,” he told Cindy Adams. “Suddenly, the Broadway League said, ‘Go home.’ It’s a real shock.

All the costumes, props, scenery, wigs, makeup, backstage crew, notes, personal stuff, everything’s locked up in the theater.

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