COVID-19 updates on show schedules from The Broadway League and The Rockettes

With the surge of COVID-19 infections in NYC and the now daily announcements of the need to cancel scheduled performances of shows both on and off Broadway due to breakthrough cases among the cast, orchestra, crew, and staff – including the December 17th decision from MSG Entertainment to discontinue the entire season of its annual Radio City Christmas Spectacular Starring The Rockettes (with all tickets to be refunded at the point of purchase) – The Broadway League, the national trade association for the Broadway industry, has created to assist interested theatergoers and to reaffirm that Broadway is open for business and the majority of its shows are presently performing as usual.

The new digital resource provides up-to-the-minute information to help prospective attendees find the performance schedule of every Broadway show currently playing, and to reflect any cancellations made out of an abundance of caution and care for the actors, musicians, crew, and audience members. It also provides a link to the website of each Broadway production for additional information about suspended performances and refunds or exchanges for ticketholders.

“The magic of Broadway is that it is live in every way,” said Charlotte St. Martin, President of The Broadway League. “If an actor or crew member gets sick, we take it very seriously. Our highest priority is the health and safety of everyone working on the show and everyone in the audience.”

Broadway’s commitment to the highest standard of strict COVID-19 protocols, requiring audience members to present proof of full vaccination status along with a valid photo ID to enter the theater, and to wear properly fitted masks for their entire time inside, has enabled more than 2.3 million theatergoers to attend a Broadway show safely since the reopening.


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