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10 May Songs Come What May With Broadway Suspended Until May 30, 2021

October 9th, 2020 by

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It was announced this morning that Broadway will continue its intermission through May 30, 2021.

Charlotte St. Martin, the Broadway League President, shared: "With nearly 97,000 workers who rely on Broadway for their livelihood and an annual economic impact of $14.8 billion to the city, our membership is committed to re-opening as soon as conditions permit us to do so. We are working tirelessly with multiple partners on sustaining the industry once we raise our curtains again."

Come what may, May seems more than a day away. How do we cope with the lights still dimmed on Broadway? We head back to our showtunes, grab our souvenir programs, throw on our show merch sweatshirts and pour a comfy cup of tea for the time being.

Too on the nose, maybe - but with May on everyone's minds now - let's look at 10 tunes with the month we're most looking forward to in the title for some inspiration.


"Come What May" - Moulin Rouge!


Takeaway: "Seasons may change, winter to spring / But I love you until the end of time"


"Maybe" - Next To Normal


Takeaway: "Yeah, something next to normal / That's the thing I'd like to try / Close enough to normal to get by / We'll get by, we'll get by"


"Lusty Month Of May" - Camelot


Takeaway: "It's May! It's May! / That gorgeous holiday"


"Maybe They're Magic" - Into The Woods


Takeaway: "If you know what you want, then you go and you find it and you get it."


"Maybe This Time" - Cabaret


Takeaway: "Something's bound to begin / It's got to happen, happen sometime"


"Maybe" - Annie


Takeaway: "So maybe now it's time"


"Come Whatever May" - Scandalous


Takeaway: "See none of us can know the nature of the day ahead"


"Maybe" - Miss Saigon


Takeaway: "I'll be strong, I'll stand firm"


"May We Entertain You" - Gypsy


Takeaway: "By the time we're through entertaining you / You'll have a barrel of fun"