Late Broadway actor Nick Cordero remembered in a virtual live-stream special celebrating his life

Nick Cordero, who died due to Covid-19. A tribute will be given to him through a virtual live stream to celebrate the life of the artist. At the age of 41, the artist died due to Covid-19

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After a long month of battle with Covid-19 on July 5, Nick Cordero died the complication. The virtual stream done by his friend and family makes the musical theatre fan cry. The virtual stream was on 6 of September this Sunday and was a short tribute to Cordero.

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The event was free to watch and with donations for the Save The Music Foundation. The music foundation is about protecting the dedicated school and school students to access music education. It’s a non-profit organization for students and communities to access music education.

Nick Cordero’s work

Nick’s career started in Toronto before he makes an entry in New York in 2007. When he entered New Jersey, he joined the Broadway production house and 2012 and got his first feature. Rock of Ages one of his finest work and which is appreciated till now.

But his theatrical breakout came in 2014—his award-winning role of Cheech in Bullets Over Broadway. Waitress is also one of his known and most refined work.

In the virtual tribute to Nick Cordero

The memorial tribute for next started at 7 p.m. EST on 6 September, and it can be watched free. On the virtual tribute, we can see that his photograph music and his loved ones and friends and some videos of him. And a special performance by his fellow castmates and musicians.

The virtual ceremony also combines the videos, performances, memories, and commentary by people the Broadway star grew up with. It was a pretty emotional virtual tribute, and the fans of Nick Cordero and fans of musical theater artists may have cried after seeing that.

His wife Amanda Kloots and son Elvis also battled with the virus, but they survived. You can watch the tribute on BroadwayOnDemand.com

 

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