Power Briefing

The Show Must Go On: The Importance of Revitalizing NYC’s Major Arts & Cultural Corridors

New York City is famous for its world-renowned cultural centers that not only attract visitors from all corners of the globe, but have given rise to some of the most acclaimed acts and personas in history. These arts and cultural corridors also serve a critical lifeline to surrounding businesses and key industries. But in the past year, the lights have gone out on Broadway and foot traffic along 42nd Street is at a low. Tune in to hear how the leaders of Theatre Row are developing critical placemaking opportunities, providing much-needed spaces for creative talent to thrive, and are tackling the challenges of the pandemic to bring back theatre, arts and culture to resurrect the City’s tourism and entertainment districts.