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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.

Shaina Taub and the cast of Suffs at the Public Theater
Shaina Taub and the cast of Suffs at the Public Theater
(© Joan Marcus)

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.

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