Broadway musical Diana moving to Netflix due to COVID-19 closures

The Broadway musical Diana isn't waiting for theatres to reopen in New York to offer its show to a live audience — it's going to Netflix.

In an unconventional step, the cast and crew will reunite in an empty theatre to perform the musical for cameras and put the finished product on the digital platform for broadcast next year, before the show welcoemes a live audience again.

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