Anna Wintour Shrugs Off Covid ID Request at Off-Broadway Theater
The Vogue editor was attending a performance of Alison Leiby's Oh God, A Show About Abortion at the Cherry Lane.
Vogue editor and Met Gala mastermind Anna Wintour seemed flummoxed when asked to provide ID along with proof of Covid vaccination (which she had) outside the Cherry Lane Theatre. She was there to attend a performance of Alison Leiby's Oh God, A Show About Abortion, which just opened at the celebrated Off-Broadway venue. While most Broadway theaters have done away with their vaccine checks at the door, off-Broadway venues generally still ask for proof of vaccination and ID (to verify the name) before you are allowed to enter. Wintour has shown us all a work-around, though: If you forget to bring your driver's license, just make sure you have a publicist to wave you through.
Anna Wintour stunned when asked to show photo ID by a health compliance worker on the opening night of ‘Oh God, A Show About Abortion.' pic.twitter.com/PuVJCc3mBU— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 12, 2022