Transcript for Instant Index: Broadway Show 'Rent' Opens in Cuba
Back now with our "Instant index." First up, a true sign of change in Cuba. The arts staging a huge comeback tonight. The tony-winning musical "Rent" opening in Havana. It's the first Broadway show staged in the country in more than 50 years. The plot deals with H.I.V. And homosexu homosexuality. The production was planned before president Obama's announcement last week to ease restrictions. Get this. The price of admission? 50 cents. To China now, where some people gave themselves an early Christmas gift. Boxes filled with nearly $2 million spilled all over a major highway in Hong Kong. Take a look at that. Traffic at a standstill as people scramble to get their hands on that free cash. And the most magical night of the year. A busy one for norad's Santa tracker. Its job in to follow Santa's path as he delivers presents around the world. At the command center, take a look at that. 1,200 volunteers manning the phones. We are expecting 200,000. It's a phenomenal amount. Volunteers telling kids, when Santa's close by, it's best to get straight to sleep.
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