New York Theater Covid Updates: A Strange Loop, Suffs, and More Cancel Performances
A new ongoing list of altered performance schedules due to the pandemic.
Broadway and off-Broadway productions are being stricken once again with Covid-19 outbreaks among full companies. While the vast majority of shows in New York have been able to continue, here is a list of current productions that have altered their schedules or cast lists for the immediate future.
Macbeth — Performances are scheduled to resume Monday, April 11 after star Daniel Craig and other cast members received positive Covid test results.
A Strange Loop — The first preview has been moved from Wednesday, April 6, to Monday, April 11, after positive tests within the company.
Plaza Suite — Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker have tested positive for Covid. Performances have been canceled through Sunday, April 10 at least.
Paradise Square — Performances are canceled through at least Sunday, April 10.
Company — Performances continue as scheduled with understudies or standbys taking on roles usually played by Katrina Lenk, Matt Doyle, and others until later this week.
Suffs — Performances are canceled through April 10.
Heartland — All remaining performances have been canceled (the run was slated to end April 10).
This list will be updated as more information comes in, so keep checking back.