Happy Belated Birthday to Isabel Medina (The Lion King)! We hope you had a great day!
The cancellation of Anastasia‘s stops in Minneapolis and Tulsa means Eloise Vaynshtok has played her final performance (originally scheduled for April 5th). Happy Trails, Eloise! We can’t wait to see what you do next!
Happy Belated Birthday to our staff writer Emily! We hope you had wonderful day!
Here are more cancellations and postponements in the wake of COVID-19:
Please see below for a list of shows and performances that have either been cancelled or suspended due to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), and get more details on each show at the links provided:
Waitress has cancelled performances in Rockford, IL, Kalmazoo, MI, Lima, OH, and Flint, MI. The run in Bloomington, IN has been postponed.
Anastasia has cancelled performances in in Fayetteville and Louisville.
Les Miserables has cancelled performances in Durham and Philadelphia
Frozen is cancelled through April 15th (through the beginning of their Salt Lake City run and including their entire San Diego run and the remainder of their Portland run).
Once on this Island has cancelled Spokane and Folsom stops; Las Vegas stops are still on.
The Lion King is cancelled through April 15th (through beginning of Omaha run).
What the Constitution Means to Me is cancelled through March 31st.
You can play “Super Silly Surprise Party” on the Noggin app, featuring voiceover from alum Catherine Bradley (A Christmas Story)!
What the Constitution Means to Me is offering student rush tickets for their run in Chicago for $49! Rush tickets are available to purchase only at the box office at the Broadway Playhouse (175 E. Chestnut) on the day of the performance, when the box office opens. Limit of 2 tickets per valid ID.
Check out these pictures and video from the kids of Finding Neverland, Frozen, Miss Saigon, and Les Miserables!