|Broadway series in Philadelphia - "Hamilton" announced to run Oct. 20 - Nov. 28|
|Posted by: TimDunleavy 06:54 pm EDT 03/29/21|
|The Kimmel Center on Monday announced a 13-show Broadway lineup for next season, starting with Hamilton at the Academy of Music. The Philadelphia Orchestra in a few weeks is set to reveal details of its return to Verizon Hall and live listeners with a full slate of 2021-22 concerts. Most of the Kimmel’s major resident companies, in fact, are plotting out dates for the fall....
Ewers and other arts leaders, however, are being realistic, keeping one eye on artistic plans while casting another on the unpredictable course of COVID-19 and its variants. What happens, for instance, if Hamilton is on its way to opening here in October as infection rates are rising and the government’s limit for theater capacity dips to, say, 50%?
“Sadly, with Broadway, we can’t afford it at 50%,” she says. “It’s too expensive to do Broadway without people being able to sit next to each other. We need at least the attendance to be at 75%.”
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