Steven Pasquale
(© Tristan Fuge)
Steven Pasquale
(© Tristan Fuge)
The Broadway production of Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty, currently in previews at the Lyceum Theatre, will have a Saturday, March 21 matinee performance at 2 pm.

The performance was previously announced as canceled, along with today's matinee (March 18) and this past Sunday's matinee (March 15).

The cancellations, according to a press statement, were "in order to accommodate a shift in television shooting schedules, and to allow for the usual rehearsal time during this period of early preview performances." Specifically, this affected actor Steven Pasquale, and director Terry Kinney, whose preexisting commitments to the series' Rescue Me and The Unusuals, respectively, were affected by changes in those shows' production schedules.

LaBute's play also stars Marin Ireland, Piper Perabo, and Thomas Sadoski. The cancellations do not affect the show's opening date, which is still set for April 2.