The show lasts about 35 minutes and features Van Gogh's Starry Night, The Potato Eaters, Sunflowers, The Bedroom, and more.
The exhibit is even set to a score combining orchestral and electronic music that will allow the works of art to be experienced by more than just the eyes.
Organizers of the show have also taken steps to make it a pandemic-friendly experience including reduced capacity, temperature checks, assisted social distancing, and mandatory face masks for visitors and staff.
Timeout reports the exhibit has an expected opening date of sometime in June 2021 at a location that is being kept secret as of right now.
Tickets will go on pre-sale March 1 and public tickets will be available starting March 8.
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The FRIENDS Experience in New York is opening up several of its recreated sets for a one-nightsleepover fortwo fans of the show who want to literally sleep, eat, and breathe Friends.
The sleepover includes dinner and drinks, a photoshoot, a Friends-themed scavenger hunt and Phoebe's Cab Escape Room, topped off by sleeping in Monica and Rachel's apartment and grabbing a morning coffee at Central Perk.
Booking starts at 10 a.m. ET on Friday, May 21, but there are only two spots available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests can choose to stay on either Sunday, May 23, or Monday, May 24.
If you're quick enough to land the spots, though, you and a friend will only have to pay US$19.94 for the stay — an homage to the year that Friends premiered.
Friends fans were recently treated to a new announcement that the show's reunion special is coming to HBO Max on May 27, and the cast released a Friends promo video to celebrate.
"Broadway is a major part of our state's identity and economy, and we are thrilled that the curtains will rise again," said Cuomo.
Broadway League President Charlotte St. Martin said she is "thrilled" with the governor's announcement, saying that the association remains "cautiously optimistic about Broadway's ability to resume performances this fall and [is] happy that fans can start buying tickets again."
On May 5, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that fans who attend games at Yankee Stadium and Citi Field will get a free ticket if they get a dose of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine on their way in, where vaccine clinics are currently already operating.
Plus, starting May 19, patrons who are fully vaccinated will get to sit in their own full-capacity section at baseball games.
Non-vaccinated folks will be steered to their own seating area, where capacity is capped at 33% and social distancing measures are in effect. Masks will still be mandatory for all fans, Cuomo clarified in a tweet.
"You're going to the game anyway. It's on your way. Stop and get a vaccine," Cuomo said during his Wednesday press briefing. "We call that a New York home run."