The York Theatre Has Been Flooded and Needs Our Help – Times Square Chronicles

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The beloved York Theatre Company (York Theatre Company) suffered a large-scale flood, causing damage and mud. On January 4, the water supply interruption that occurred under the subway entrance at St. Peter’s Church and 53rd Street on Lexington Avenue severely affected the gem of Broadway.

Art director James Morgan wrote: “Most situations can be performed at a level above 2 feet, and levels below 2 feet have been performed under water and mud for a while. The theater may need new carpets. And new computers, maybe a new ceiling is needed, but I’m glad that our new seats seem pretty good."

The legendary songwriter and York supporter Tom Jones shared these words of encouragement: "It is sad to lose all carefully preserved material, but it is not the end. The past is the past. The future is the most important thing. And space. You have a usable space in the center of New York City. That is your trump card. If you have space, you can use it. You don’t need theater seats. Folding chairs do. (This is how York was born .) At least at the beginning, you don’t need fancy light panels. Even at the beginning, you don’t even need a set or costume. You need a piano. You need a performer and a director. You need exciting materials, these The material will make people laugh and cry, and feel that something special is happening. I don't want to be Dr. Ponrose, but honestly, I believe that in a disaster, there is a chance for a new beginning, more exciting than in the past. My thoughts and prayers are with you." 

Those who wish to donate can directly contact the theater or 

Suzanna is the co-owner and publisher of the newspaper "Times Square Chronicle" (T2C). On the one hand, she is an actress at work. She has performed many works in movies, TV, cabaret, opera and theater. She has performed at the New Orleans Jazz Festival, the United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Her works include movie scripts and TV shows, which she developed in collaboration with her mentor and friend, the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Bureau and outside critics, and is a nominee. Email:

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