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Nathan Lane on the value of live performing arts

NY PopsUp, a New York State program that began in February and will run through Labor Day, is a series of 300 free pop-up experiences backed by $6 million. "Like a cultural Band-Aid," this plan is aimed at reminding the public about the joy of live art, which has been mostly absent during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Nathan Lane on how he's spent the pandemic

Broadway legend Nathan Lane has had enough of staying home and watching television. He tells Jon Wertheim he misses the interaction with audiences and craves a post-pandemic opening night on Broadway. In the meantime, he and his colleagues are getting a chance to reconnect with small, temporary live performances set up by New York Pops Up, a state-funded program aimed at reminding people of the importance of live arts. Wertheim reports on the program for the next edition of 60 Minutes, Sunday, April 25 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
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See Photos of 1st Broadway Performance Since COVID-19 Shutdown With Savion Glover and Nathan Lane

After more than a year of theatre shutdowns due to coronavirus pandemic, New York PopsUp ushered in the first performance to play Broadway during a special invite-only event at the St. James Theatre April 3. In a moving tribute to the stage, Tony Award winners Nathan Lane and Savion Glover entertained a socially distanced audience of frontline heroes and volunteers from the Actors Fund and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS—two organizations that have continued to provide relief to the full spectrum of arts workers throughout the pandemic.
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A private-audience event by Nathan Lane and Savion Glover at the St. James Theatre Saturday marked the first Broadway performance since the theater destination went dark in March 2020 due to the coronavirus-pandemic lockdown. "One Saturday matinee. Two Broadway giants," read a posting Friday at the website of NY PopsUp,...