Broadway's biggest musicals roared back to life, banishing the eerie silence of the last 18 months in New York's pandemic-hit theatre district with screams, tears and standing ovations.
The curtain rose again on top musicals 'Hamilton; 'The Lion King' and 'Wicked' before packed audiences welcoming back live theatre after the coronavirus shutdown. 'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda received a standing ovation when he appeared on stage before the start of his Tony Award-winning hip-hop show about the US'ss founding fathers. "I don't ever want to take live theatre for granted ever again, do you?
It's so sacred," he said, tearing up with emotion. "I'm so grateful to you and I hope you go see as many shows as you can and keep supporting our