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When the blackout hit NYC's famed theater district, some shows took to the streets

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New York City's midtown streets might have been plunged into darkness on Saturday night, but the casts of multiple Broadway shows brightened up the summer evening using the power of song.


After a blackout left swaths of western Manhattan in the dark — including the city's famed Times Square and Rockefeller Center locations — numerous performances were quickly cancelled. Pretty much all of them, really.



Other shows canceled tonight:
Chicago
Come From Away
Dear Evan Hansen
Hamilton
Mean Girls
Oklahoma!
Pretty Woman
The Book of Mormon
The Prom
Waitress
Wicked#blackout @nytimesarts https://t.co/urIq9aBJ3x

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