reopen at 100 percent capacity Tuesday evening for marquee Broadway shows like “Hamilton,” “Wicked,” “The Lion King,” and “Chicago,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. “When Broadway is up and running, it says so much about New York City,” de Blasio said at his daily press briefing, held remotely from City Hall. “Tonight, some of the biggest shows in Broadway come back.”“You can feel the life of the city coming back all the time,” the mayor added. “That’s going to be great for the life and energy of the city, great for the jobs.”In the coming weeks, several other productions will come back, including “Six” on Oct.
3, “Come From Away” on Sept. 21 and “Moulin Rouge” on Sept. 24. Next month, “Jagged Little Pill” is slated to return on Oct.Read more on nypost.com