On Broadway, because the saying goes, the present should go on — even in a blackout.
Saturday evening’s five-hour energy outage despatched hundreds of show-goers out of darkened theaters and crowding onto the sidewalks, the place many had been delighted to discovered themselves serenaded by equally evicted solid members.
The solid of Waitress staged one such impromptu live performance.
This 12 months’s Tony winner for Finest Musical, Hadestown, was properly represented.
Even passersby — with out tickets — had been handled to a present.
The Millennial Choir and Orchestra, in the meantime, entertained crowds outdoors Carnegie Corridor.