NEW YORK (October 31, 2012)--The lights are going up again on Broadway, for the first time since Hurricane Sandy hit New York.
Some shows including "Mary Poppins" and "The Lion King" remained dark Wednesday, but the curtain is rising for many of the other 38 shows, including "Cyrano De Bergerac."
One of the actors in that show, Patrick Page, said he didn't know if there would be anyone in the seats for the matinee performance.
New York's late-night TV hosts were all back in production Wednesday.
Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" and Stephen Colbert of "The Colbert Report" were joining David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel on the airwaves.
Kimmel, normally in Los Angeles, is doing a week of shows in Brooklyn.
Out of concern for safety, Letterman taped Monday's and Tuesday’s shows in an empty Ed Sullivan Theater.
Fallon did the same at Rockefeller Center on Monday.
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