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On the morning of January 4, a water pipe broke under the plaza at St. Peter’s Church, Citigroup Center and the 53rd Street subway entrance on Lexington Avenue, which severely affected the York Theater Company on Broadway and caused extensive flooding. And muddy.

Art director James Morgan wrote in a Facebook post: "Most places above 2 feet are ok, and it's underwater and muddy below." Morgan stated that the theater will "may need new carpets." And new computers, maybe a new ceiling is needed-but I'm glad that our new seats seem to be good." Nevertheless, Morgan did not hesitate and promised to reopen the theater when the live performance resumes.

Today, York has been in operation for the fifth decade, and it is one of the few theaters in the world whose mission is to produce new musicals and gems discovered in the past. Previous works include



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