Order up! The newest episode of Broadway Profiles features Waitress creator and incoming starSara Bareilles. “The Broadway community is the heartbeat of New York City,” she said of the reopening. “I’m not the first to say it. I am echoing sentiments of people all over the world who feel like the pulse of this city is born in and out of this 10-block radius.”
We are lucky enough to have a block of orchestra tickets to see Sarah in Waitress on September 15 for the 2:00 pm matinee for $150. After many requests, we added a few matinees to our montly broadway scheudle. All of our readers who attend our group shows need to show proof of vaccine and a mask MUST be worn during the entire show. EMAIL me to save your spot!
Bareilles spoke about the decision to bring the musical to the Barrymore Theatre beginning on September 2. “When we talked about bringing Waitress back, the idea of being a part of the first night of shows back on Broadway—it gave me goosebumps, this opportunity to stand on stage and to feel the return, especially for my castmates and musicians and crew members and house staff and people who have been waiting to get the green light to go back to work,” she said. “We’re thrilled to say that the diner will get one more run on Broadway.” Oh and don’t forget we get to taste the pie too!!!!