The boss, Bruce Springsteen, is returning to Broadway.
Bruce Springsteen to resuscitate his Broadway show and audiences to be vaccinated to rock
Later this month, Springsteen on Broadway, the solo show of Bruce Springsteen, will be making a return.
However, according to Jujamcyn Theaters, who will be hosting the revival at his St. Hames Theater, if you wish to be in the audience and get a seat, you will have to get vaccinated fully.
In a statement, Springsteen said:
“I loved doing ‘Springsteen on Broadway and I’m thrilled to have been asked to reprise the show as part of the reopening of Broadway.”
This production will be the first since the Covid -19 pandemic to play the Great White Way.
More than a year ago, many performances and theaters got shut down because of the pandemic.
Various shows are announcing the dates that they will be reopening at and most of them are for late summer.
Between, 2017 to 2018, around 236″ Springsteen on Broadway” performances got played, which got Springsteen the Special Tony Award.
In this story, Bruce Springsteen lets everyone knows about his life with songs in between, all gotten from Born to Run, his 2016 autobiography.
However, all people attending will have to get fully vaccinated.
This means that it has to be 14 days since that person got their vaccine or first if they got the Johnson & Johnson one.
Children user 16 will have to get accompanied by an adult who has gotten fully vaccinated and shows proof that they tested negative for Covid-19.
According to Jujamcyn, the ventilation system of the theater will get upgraded and the staff will follow a very comprehensive cleaning and sanitation process.
However, Jujamcyn has not yet stated whether the audience will have to wear masks and keep distance or not and if they will keep the seats limited or sell all.
It has gotten confirmed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that people who will get fully vaccinated can gather indoors and not wear masks or practice social distancing.
The first two few months of 2021, Springsteen spent time riffing with the previous president Barack Obama on “Renegades: Born in the USA,” their podcast on Spotify.
The Springsteen on Broadway tickets will go on sale at 12 p.m. ET on Thursday, ranging from $75 to $850.