As Broadway returns after an 18-month hiatus due to a corona virus infection, qualified visitors, crew, artists and other staff will need to be vaccinated against Govt-19.
It aims to raise the curtains as the United States enters another Christmas shattered by the rise and strike of the Govt-19, along with security measures and mask-wearing.
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Check out 12 Broadway shows whose shows were canceled due to the Govt-19 explosion within their companies:
All matinee and evening performances for “The Lion King” have been canceled from December 21 to December 26, following the discovery of Govt-19 vulnerabilities at The Minskoff Theater.
The product stated that health and safety was its top priority and that the show would return on December 27th.
“Aladdin the Musical” announced in a tweet that it had canceled all shows from December 21st to December 24th after Kovit-19’s breakthrough cases were discovered through the product ‘consistently rigorous testing protocols’.
It is expected to return on December 26th.
In October, several shows were canceled following the discovery of the Covit-19 lawsuits inside the “Aladdin” theater company on Broadway, the first being canceled due to the Covit-19 since Broadway theaters reopened in September.
“We apologize for the inconvenience and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused,” the show said.
Hamilton was one of the first Broadway shows to reopen in September following the epidemic.
‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’
The “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” shows were canceled from December 21 to December 27.
“We’ll seduce you one more time,” the show said. It is expected to return on December 28th.
David Byrne’s show “American Utopia” was canceled on Wednesday evening due to the progress of the Govt-19 lawsuits within the company, and the show is expected to return at 5pm on Thursday.
‘Dear Evan Hansen’
“The health, safety and well-being of our cast, crew and audience is our top priority,” the product wrote.
It will return on December 27th
At the Walter Kerr Theater, “Hodestown” canceled shows scheduled for December 20 to December, due to the Covit-19 impact.
Performances are expected to resume on December 28th.
“Six” on Broadway canceled its performances until December 28 due to Covit-19’s breakthrough lawsuits, and is scheduled to return on December 29.
The Manhattan Theater Club, which produces “Skeleton Crew”, said in a tweet that some company members had tested positive for Covit-19, which triggered delays in preview shows.
The first scene of Dominic Morrisso’s play will return on December 27, the production said in a tweet. The opening night of production has been shifted to January 19th.
“The health and safety of our artists, staff and patrons is our top priority, and MTC will continue to adhere to strict safety protocols,” the product said in a tweet.
According to a message on Twitter, the shows were expected to resume on December 25th.
“We apologize for the inconvenience caused to ticket holders, but the safety of our audience, cast and crew is our top priority,” the product wrote.
‘Come from outside’
The “Come From Away” program, which was scheduled for Christmas Day on December 22, was also canceled due to the discovery of breakthrough COVID-19 cases in the company. It is scheduled to resume on December 26th.
CNN’s Sahar Akbarzai, Laura Lai, Kelly McLaren, Alison Kozik and Aparna Seshadri.