NEW YORK (AP) — Tickets for David Bowie’s Broadway musical “Lazarus” are a hot commodity after his death on Sunday. Tickets for a Tuesday afternoon matinee were selling on StubHub for as much as $1,900, but now even those are unavailable. The show was already a hit before Bowie died. “Lazarus” has been continuing to run as planned, and the only acknowledgement of Bowie’s death is a video screen with Bowie’s picture in the lobby. The musical is a sequel to “The Man Who Fell To Earth” and features some of Bowie’s greatest hits.