NEW YORK — Emily Tow and Maureen Falvey were thrilled to catch the first in-person performance at The Public Theater on Tuesday, since the shutdown of live performances in March of 2020.
“I just, signed me up for the first day we can come back,” Tow said.
The friends share a passion for the arts and say virtual shows just aren’t the same.
“I think we had a chance to see what we miss the most and there was tremendous deprivation with the theater, it’s the place where I experience my greatest joy, so I can’t believe it’s true, I can’t believe it’s here,” Falvey said.
After a year of going dark, The
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