Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.
As of today, June 12, Broadway has officially been closed for three months. Although there is talk about reopening the arts and theatre district sometime this month, a lot still remains uncertain. While the lights may still technically be down on stage, that hasn’t dulled the spirit of Broadway any less. With New York as the epicenter for the U.S. COVID-19 spread, many people in the arts district have been without work. Recognizing this, Javier Munoz, most known for his role in Hamilton, has worked with a number of other actors and directors to co-create the Broadway Relief Project. This initiative has helped Broadway seamstresses, actors and other artists get back to work by creating surgical gowns and other personal protective equipment like face masks. To date, the Broadway Relief Project has recruited more than 600 volunteers statewide. We hope to see Broadway return soon, but until then, it’s incredible to see how this community has banded together to help others when they need it most. I look forward to getting back to Broadway soon! How about you? What show is on your bucket list once Broadway opens up? Share it with us by using the hashtag #GayTravelToday and #Sagitravel
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