Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Roundabout And Lincoln Center Theatre Postpone Shows Until The Fall

Well I guess postponing shows is better than cancelling them all together right? In the last twenty-four hours, two of the nation's leading non-for-profit theatre companies, have announced that they have postponed several of their respective productions due to the coronavirus. The Roundabout Theatre Company, which was set to produce the London transfer of Caroline or Change, as well as the New York premier of Noah Haidle's Birthday Candles, will now open this Fall, along with Jireh Breon Holder's What The End Will Be, and Dave Harris' Exception To The Rule, both of which will now open in 2021. Lincoln Center Theatre's Broadway production of Flying Over Sunset, and Intimate Apparel, which was scheduled to play Off-Broadway, are also scheduled to open sometime this Fall. As of now, no on sale or performance dates have been announced. Be sure to check this website for further updates. Until next time theatre fans.

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