How the pandemic has changed New York City for tourists

When you think entertainment and New York City, Broadway always comes to mind. You are spoilt for choice. And what a choice there is. From the iconic and long-running shows, like The Lion King and Phantom of the Opera, to the latest productions, including Meredith Wilson’s The Music Man, starring Hugh Jackman. The historic blockbuster hit Hamilton is still on Broadway performed at the atmospheric 46th St. Theatre, built in 1924 and re-named the Richard Rodgers Theatre in 1990, in honour of the late composer. The show depicts the life of one of America’s founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton, and the Broadway version doesn’t disappoint with stellar performances, an outstanding orchestra and stand-out songs. Do note, even post-pandemic you need book your choice of show well in advance to secure tickets. [READ MORE]