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New York — Jeremy Lane worked on Broadway as a stagehand. During the pandemic, his stage became the back of an ambulance.

Of millions of New Yorkers whose lives have been upended by Covid-19, few are more central to the city’s culture than the workers who arrange scenery and props and run sound and lighting for a theatre industry that the Broadway League says brings $15bn to the city’s economy...

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