‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’
Thursday evening’s performance of ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ was canceled following a positive test result in the company that came late in the day, a spokesperson told CNN.
“The decision was made when the production received the positive test result for a company member. At that time it would not be possible to perform the show,” the spokesperson added.
The future performance schedule will be determined on Friday morning.
“Our highest priority is always the health and safety of every cast, crew, and audience member,” the show said on Twitter.
“We will have more information on upcoming performances as soon as possible. On behalf of everyone at Hamilton, we apologize for the disappointment and for any inconvenience this may cause,” the show said.
Hamilton was one of the first Broadway shows to reopen in September following the pandemic shutdown.
‘MJ the Musical’
Performances were scheduled to resume Friday, it said.
‘Jagged Little Pill’
Thursday’s performance of the Alanis Morissette-inspired musical “Jagged Little Pill” was canceled after a positive Covid-19 case was detected in the company, according to a spokesperson.
Performances are scheduled to resume Friday.
‘Ain’t Too Proud’
The Temptations musical “Ain’t Too Proud” canceled its Tuesday night Broadway performance “out of an abundance of caution … due to a breakthrough Covid-19 case,” the show said.
‘Freestyle Love Supreme’
“The wellness of our cast, crew, and guests is of the utmost importance. We apologize for the inconvenience,” the show said.
‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’
The Wednesday matinee performance of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” was canceled, but the evening show was expected to go on.
“We will enchant you another time,” the show said.
“Tina,” the Tina Turner musical, called off performances Wednesday and Thursday “due to the detection of a limited number of positive covid test results within the Broadway company,” the production said.
“We apologize for the inconvenience this causes ticket holders, but the safety of our audiences, the cast, and crew remains our top priority,” the production wrote.
CNN’s Alison Kosik contributed to this report.