Sarah Jessica Parker, who currently stars on Broadway in the Neil Simon comedy “Plaza Suite,” tested positive for coronavirus Thursday, according to a production spokesperson.
Parker’s partner, Matthew Broderick, who is also her husband, The test result was positive Earlier this week, he has been off the show since Tuesday. The show had run with co-star Michael McGrath, but it will be canceled Thursday night, and it was unclear when the show would resume.
The “Plaza Suite” is now one of four Broadway shows currently closed due to the novel coronavirus in New York City, an increase in cases supported by the Omicron variant known as BA.2.
The ‘Macbeth’ revival has canceled over a week of shows After her star Daniel Craig and other members of the company The result was positive, and a new musical, “A Strange Loop”, which won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2020, has postponed the start of its initial performances, also citing positive tests. Both shows hope to return on stage on Monday.
Paradise Square, the new musical that opened last weekend, canceled its show Thursday night, citing “Covid cases in the company.”
Off-Broadway, the much-anticipated musical, “Suffs” at the Public Theater, has also canceled its shows this week, including a scheduled opening night, due to virus cases.
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