Hugh Jackman Tests Positive For Covid; Broadway’s ‘Music Man’ Goes Dark Through January 1

We got into trouble, my friends, right there in New York City. That’s the trouble with a capital T and that rhymes with C, and that means… covid, Broadwayrevival of music star . After the performance is canceled until at least 1 January Hugh Jackman Tested positive for covid.

co-head of music, Sutton Foster, it was revealed late last week that he had tested positive for the virus. But for now, the performances are scheduled to resume on Sunday, January 2.

it’s just Latest Broadway Show Forced To Go Dark As nations and the world endure the latest COVID spike, the more-contagious but potentially less dangerous omicron Type.

“Just wanted you to hear it from me. I tested positive for COVID,” Jackman tweeted today.
Mild symptoms and as soon as I’m cleared… looking forward to getting back to the winter garden!

Jackman and Foster lead the company in the show directed by Jerry Zaks and choreographed by Warren Carlyle. It’s playing at the Winter Garden Theatre.

The cancellation came days after Jackman left, well, viral for a speech he filled in as Marion Paru for Sutton after convincing Kathy Voytko. “The star learned of Sutton’s positive test at noon on the show,” Jackman told the crowd after Thursday night’s performance, and at 1 p.m., she had her first rehearsal as Marianne Paru. He praised the swings and understanding of “All Broadway” for helping the theater move into “this time we never know”.

Here is his full speech: