Broadway begins mask-optional policy

A mask-optional policy for theatergoers on Broadway began July 1. 

When it was announced, many actors voiced their concerns about potential risks to their health.

“This is not just a hobby for us, this is our livelihood. If we’re out and we can’t perform, we’re not getting paid either,” said “Tina” swing actor NaTonia Monet. 

Monet said it’s a dream come true to work in a Broadway play, but it’s also a lot of work as actors have missed shows because of COVID.

“As a swing, the past two weeks, I’ve been on for as many as three roles at one time,” she said.

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