The #NickCordero Theater closer to reality as @MoveOn reaches 30,000 signature goal #broadway #COVID19 #ripnickcordero

Courtesy: Amandakloots Instagram

There could very well be a change on New York’s Broadway landscape, as the name of Longacre Theater may be retired, in favor of “The Nick Cordero Theater”, the goal was to reach 30,000 signatures at MoveOn.org, that goal today has now been reached.

The petition was first made aware by Nick’s widow, Amanda Kloots, on her Instagram story on Tuesday, by this morning, 27,000 signatures were reached, and less than 1,000 were only needed as Daniel plus Lauren reported on a GoFundMe account raising $1 Million for Amanda and son, Elvis, more than double the goal of $480,000.

After a courageous battle for 95 days in the ICU of Cedars Sinai Hospital in Hollywood, California, Nick Cordero lost his battle with COVID19, he was 41.

The Longacre Theater was where Nick performed his last Broadway show, “A Bronx Tale, The Musical”, which is why the Broadway community is pushing for the namesake of Nick Cordero to live on forever.

Disclaimer

****Original goal for signatures was 30,000. Once milestone was hit, petition added 5,000 more signatures so it can reach 35,000, continuing to get signatures.****

Daniel Quintanilla

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