A year after his COVID-19 diagnosis, Broadway’s “patient zero” is recalling the week the $2 billion industry completely shut down. Peter McIntosh was an usher for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” when he tested positive on March 11, 2020. The next day, Broadway shut down, and thousands of people lost their jobs overnight. Now McIntosh teaches health at a middle school in New York City. Broadway stars are also finding side hustles to make it through the pandemic.