Use this checklist, effective through June 30, 2022, before heading to the theatre so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
The Off-Broadway production has halted performances through May 24.
The Public began cancelling performances May 14 as the theatre industry continues to face COVID disruptions.
The Off-Broadway productions have halted performances due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases within the companies.
The Off-Broadway run at The Public continues to face difficulties due to the virus.
Lincoln Center Theater's revival of the Thornton Wilder play is expected to resume the evening of May 14.
The New World Stages production has halted performances due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases.
Star and co-writer Billy Crystal has come down with the flu, but is expected to return with the production May 6.
The production was originally set to play the theatre in April 2020.
The closure is due to positive COVID cases within the company.
The production has extended its hiatus due to cases of COVID-19 within the company.
Stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have both tested positive for COVID-19.
Sean Ewing heads the cast of the musical based on the life of DREAMer Tony Valdovinos.
Mary Wiseman leads the cast of the world premiere comedy from playwright Bryna Turner.
The play by Gabriel Jason Dean starred Mari Vial-Golden, Mark Cuddy, and Owais Ahmed.
Recent company outages have led to the debut of a male Fate and Amber Gray's surprise return to the Tony-winning musical.
The John Doyle-helmed production was set to continue at the Off-Broadway theatre through January 30.
The family-friendly bubble spectacular plans to resume performances at New World Stages April 1.
Following the Broadway shutdown, the acclaimed Bob Dylan jukebox musical reopened on Broadway October 13, 2021.
Performances were scheduled to begin this winter.
Scott Elliott directs and Bill T. Jones choreographs The New Group's Off-Broadway world premiere.
Bill Camp, Elizabeth Marvel, Ato Blankson-Wood, and Jason Bowen star under the direction of Robert O'Hara.
The Minnesota venue has announced changes to its 2021-2022 season amid ongoing challenges due to COVID-19.
The production will continue its limited engagement at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall.
The first two preview performances have been canceled due to health and safety reasons.
Both shows have canceled two performances a week due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19.
The musical will still kick off in Chicago at the James M. Nederlander Theatre.
Breakthrough cases continue to disrupt several Broadway shows' schedules, as well as Off-Broadway and Classic Arts offerings around town.
The tour of Jack Thorne's adaptation of the Dickens tale, which recently earned five Tony Awards, launched in November.
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