In fall 2021, Broadway’s lights were after a long COVID-induced hiatus. Masked and vaccinated, New Yorkers flocked to the Great White Way. They took in familiar favorites like “Hamilton,” “The Lion King” and “Chicago.” Live theater, at long last, was back.
But for young thespians like Richie Radici of Montville, New Jersey, it felt further away, and he wanted to take matters into his own hands.
“I just felt like there’s no game plan, there’s no road[map], there’s nothing to tap into easily and it’s not accessible — and nobody tells you what to do,” he said.
Radici, who works in construction by day, remembers the
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