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"Hamilton," "Aladdin," "Dear Evan Hansen," "Ain’t Too Proud" and "Hadestown" all announced that they are canceling all performances at least through Christmas, and "Jagged Little Pill" announced it was closing early.
"This may be a cautionary tale that Broadway wasn't quite ready to reopen on such a large scale."
The group, which included Lin-Manuel Miranda, Laura Benanti, and Josh Groban, gathered in Times Square to sing "Sunday," from his musical "Sunday in the Park with George."
The composer and lyricist had recently attended the openings of two revivals of his shows: "Company" and "Assassins."
It's the kind of revival any Broadway aficionado will appreciate.
“We apologize for the disappointment and inconvenience this causes ticket holders, but we trust that audiences will agree that safety must be at the forefront of our return to Broadway."
“Through our rigorous testing protocols, breakthrough COVID-19 cases have been detected within the company of 'Aladdin' at The New Amsterdam Theater."
This script, revised on October 6th, 1947 and used by Kazan, bears many annotations and is the only known surviving script of his from the production.
"I don't ever want to take live theater for granted ever again, do you?" Lin-Manuel Miranda said.
Hadestown was one of two musicals that reopened this week almost a year and a half after Broadway went dark, and they brought the party to the street.
Children who are not eligible for vaccination yet can show proof of a negative PCR test to attend.
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