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  • Determined to reopen, crews are dusting off spotlights, dancers are relearning steps, and everyone is testing, testing, testing as theater seeks to rebound from the devastating pandemic.

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    Rehearsals are underway for the reopening of Moulin Rouge! on Broadway. The stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s film is set to return to the Al Hirschfeld Theatre September 24 after going dark due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Moulin Rouge! The Musical has appointed Chloe Beck to oversee its equity, diversity and inclusion efforts. As director of EDI, Beck will focus on the Broadway production, the upcoming U.S. national tour and the show’s international productions. She officially started in the newly created role on July 12. “After living through the pandemic and noting the effects of COVID-19 and police brutality on BIPOC, queer, trans and non-binary bodies, I knew that I could not stop fighting for equity and inclusion after protests slowed down. It’s time for me to bring my love of the arts, fresh perspectives and passion for cultivating belonging into the EDI space,” Beck said in a statement.

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    Natalie Mendoza is Broadway’s newest sparking diamond. As previously reported, Moulin Rouge! The Musical will resume performances at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on September 24. Mendoza, who appeared as the featured can-can dancer “China Doll” in Baz Luhrmann’s film Moulin Rouge!, has previously been seen on Broadway as Arachne in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.

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    With major Broadway shows set to resume this fall, all of the actors and dancers are getting ready for their return to the spotlight.

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    Moulin Rouge! The Musical will resume performances at Broadway’s Al Hirschfeld Theatre on September 24. The show, which garnered 14 Tony nominations, will welcome New York’s frontline workers to to a special dress rehearsal on September 23.

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    It was a Broadway smash with big plans until 25 company members took ill and a shutdown put everybody out of work. Inside a tumultuous year, in the words of those who lived it.

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    The first national tour of Moulin Rouge! The Musical, the hit Broadway jukebox show based on the 2001 Baz Luhrmann film, now will begin not in New Orleans, but in Chicago.

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    In a touching new video, the cast and creative team of Moulin Rouge promises audiences they “will be back.” See behind-the-scenes footage of Tony nominees Aaron Tveit, Karen Olivo, Danny Burstein, Sahr Ngaujah and Robyn Hurder on stage and in rehearsal while its Tony-nominated director Alex Timbers encourages viewers by saying, “Moulin Rouge isn’t just a story about show people. It’s also a story about the grit and resilience of artists. Artists are strong. Artists are necessary. We will be back, and we’ll write the ending of this story together.”

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    Suddenly the world seems such a perfect place now that we can watch 2020 Tony nominees Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo performing “Come What May” from Moulin Rouge! The Musical. Check out the video above, featuring the pair on stage and in costume as their characters Christian and Satine, respectively.

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