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As far back as last autumn, there were people from the New York theatre industry whispering that the new musical “Come From Away” could become the 2016-17 year’s rollercoaster story. However, it sure did not appear likely: This was a modestly-scaled musical out of a pair of unidentified authors with no celebrities in its little ensemble cast, handling the severe, sensitive topic of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and its aftermath.

But despite long odds, “Come From Away” snuck on the scene to turn into a burgeoning hit, equally with New York critics and with Broadway viewers, that are fueling million-dollar-plus weeks in the Schoenfeld Theater. The series created news at March when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ivanka Trump took at a performance together, and then again in May when “Come From Away” scored seven Tony nominations including one to the best award for new musical. It is simply shaped up to the dark horse competition that just might catch away the crown from frontrunner “Dear Evan Hansen.”

As far back as last autumn, there were people from the New York theatre industry whispering that the new musical “Come From Away” could become the 2016-17 year’s rollercoaster story. However, it sure did not appear likely: This was a modestly-scaled musical out of a pair of unidentified authors with no celebrities in its little ensemble cast, handling the severe, sensitive topic of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and its aftermath.

But despite long odds, “Come From Away” snuck on the scene to turn into a burgeoning hit, equally with New York critics and with Broadway viewers, that are fueling million-dollar-plus weeks in the Schoenfeld Theater. The series created news at March when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ivanka Trump took at a performance together, and then again in May when “Come From Away” scored seven Tony nominations including one to the best award for new musical. It is simply shaped up to the dark horse competition that just might catch away the crown from frontrunner “Dear Evan Hansen.”