Bruce Springsteen will bring his smash-hit Broadway show back this month for a limited run of new performances, with some ticket proceeds going to charity.
"Springsteen on Broadway" will open June 26 at the St. James Theatre on 44th Street, with performances through Sept. 4. That will make it one of the first shows to open after Broadway's year-long COVID shutdown.
Proceeds from the opening night will go to charities including the Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County and a variety of food banks.
The original run of the show was a blockbuster, selling out 236 performances.
Get Tri-state area news and weather forecasts to your inbox. Sign up for NBC New York newsletters.
Audiences will have to provide proof of full COVID vaccination to enter the theater.