NEW YORK — Just as Broadway begins its long road to reopening, there’s been a set back.
Wednesday night’s performance of “Aladdin” on Broadway was canceled due to COVID-19 breakthrough cases.
It came a day after the show reopened for the first time in 18 months.
The production takes place at The New Amsterdam Theatre in Times Square.
A statement was released Wednesday night saying all tickets to the performance will be refunded.
In a statement, the theater company said in part, “Through our rigorous testing protocols, breakthrough COVID-19 cases have been detected within the company of Aladdin at The New Amsterdam Theatre. Because the wellness and safety of our guests,
→ Continue reading at Spectrum News NY1