Broadway Relief Project, is a coalition of Broadway designers and stitchers that normally build costumes for Broadway hit musicals. Headquartered in Times Square at Open Jar Studios, this team was enlisted and approved by the City of New York and the NYC/EDC to be part of their team creating over 2 million medical gowns for NYC public hospitals.
In 59 days, the project, headquartered at Open Jar Studios, built over 51,000 gowns, which went directly to the public hospitals of NYC to assist the fight against COVID-19.
In addition to creating PPE for hospitals, the project has also designed and currently manufactures masks for singers, The Singer’s Mask, being used by over 100,000 music makers worldwide.
The Singer’s Mask was developed on Broadway for singers to capture droplets while singing and provide comfort and ease of motion while singing.
Three layers (2 cotton/1 interface) to capture droplets
Internal structure keeps fabric away from mouth while singing.
Adjustable ear loops.
Adjustable nose bridge