Three of the biggest shows on Broadway have tickets on sale for their return to the Great White Way in September.
Stars from “Hamilton,” “The Lion King” and “Wicked” appeared together on “Good Morning America” to confirm that each show will return when Broadway is set to raise the curtain again.
“Once we’re back, we’ll be better than ever,” predicted Krystal Joy Brown, who plays Alexander Hamilton’s wife, Eliza, in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit show.
“And New York City can revive as well,” she said of the much-missed industry and tourist attraction.
L. Steven Taylor said it was “indescribable” to know he would be returning as Mufasa in “The Lion King” after being shut down 18 months because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I feel like that’s what this is symbolic of, Broadway coming back — it’s really a community coming back and making New York really start to go,” Taylor told host Michael Strahan.
Alexandra Billings of “Wicked,” meanwhile, said she was “sitting in my gratefulness, and very happy” to know the show would soon return.