Gov. Andrew Cuomo detailed on Monday a plan to hold hundreds of pop-up performing arts events around the state as part of a long-term plan to bring back in-person events scuttled by the pandemic.
The program, called NY PopsUp, will include 300 events over 100 days around New York. Eventually, these events will ramp up to include spectators, Cuomo said, as the state moves toward venues reopening with COVID-19 testing protocol in place.
Cuomo said this could eventually lead to a limited reopening of Broadway theaters, which have been closed for nearly a year.
“That is where we are headed,” Cuomo said. “The overall effort is headed towards reopening
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