Following the closure of many recreational centers globally, due to COVID 19, things seem to be getting back to normal. Three Broadway Meg-hits resumed their runs on September 14th:
- The Lion King
The neon lights will come back to Broadway on September 14th after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Broadway could resume receiving guests to full capacity. Moreover, the Governor of retail stores, museums, other movie theatres, and Broadway. Although production anticipates full resumption of the audience to the theatres, seats may not fill up to the maximum as before but as actors and cast dust off, things will fully resume to normalcy.
But why do people prefer Broadway for entertainment?
- Live Musicals and Shows Remind People How It Used To Be
Technology has taken over and although it feels like these are the best times, there is power in history reminding of the roots during simpler times. Most musicals showcased at Broadway remind of an era when times were simpler and easier to deal with.
- Theaters engross you in the story
Broadway musicals like all live theater have a way of engrossing you in the story from the start which is their secret. Talk about the costumes, dsets, and choreography for musicals and the cast who by the way understand their assignment and execute it with lots of expertise. All these pieces keep the viewers engaged in the story.
Although the Three Mega Hits opened on different dates in the past, the producers of “Wicked,” “Hamilton” and “The Lion King” decided to start on the same night to attract attention from different audiences and drive attention to Broadway.
About David Milberg
David Milberg is an experienced financial analyst and entrepreneur from New York City. Milberg is a proud father of three kids. Milberg graduated from Princeton University with a BA in History and graduated from Columbia University with an MBA. David currently serves as a Senior Vice President at Milberg Factors, Inc.
Over his tenure at Milberg Factors, David has also been involved in numerous not-for-profit activities. In light of David’s charitable work, he was honored in the year 2000 by the accountants and bankers division of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York and by the Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Foundation. David Milberg has also been active in the Lincoln Center Business Council.
David Milberg has invested in such major broadway productions as Mel Brook’s The Producers, The Weir, and the hit revival of Pippin directed by Diane Paulus and starring Tony Award Winner Patina Miller at the Leading Player. David sits on the Board of Trustees for The Prospect Theater Company and is a fervent supporter of the Lincoln Center Theater. David Milberg presently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Princeton Triangle Club, where he was Vice-Chairman.
David Milberg has a rich, varied background in musical theater and live stage performance.