WORLD New York City's Broadway reels from COVID-19 lockdowns, cries for support

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New York City's Broadway reels from COVID-19 lockdowns, cries for support

Xinhua

08:51, October 09, 2020

Pedestrians walk past a Broadway theater in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone. (Photos: Xinhua)

A pedestrian walks past a Broadway theater in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

Pedestrians walk past Broadway posters in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

Broadway theaters are seen in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

A man walks past a Broadway theater in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

A man walks past a Broadway theater in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

A worker walks through a corridor of a Broadway theater in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

A man walks past a Broadway theater in New York City, the United States, on Oct. 7, 2020. Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later. The lockdown since March means the theater industry in New York City has lost over 800 million dollars of ticket sales revenues alone.

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