‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Goes On Hiatus From Broadway Following Rising Omicron Infections

Mrs. Doubtfire is the latest Broadway Production increasing following to go to hiatus on January 10th omicron Case producers announced on Sunday that the show is set to return to the Stephen Sondheim Theater on March 14.

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“This is an extraordinarily delicate and important period of time for the first few months of the New Broadway show. With the pervasiveness of Omicron version covid-19, Mrs. Doubtfire Permanently is to stop production would not be hard, active measures, “producer Kevin Makcolm said in a statement.

“Of concern to the potential long-term employment of everyone who works at Mrs. Doubt, After long lasting show, we have decided that after the performance on January 9, the production will be closed for nine weeks, will come back on March 15, “he said.

McCollum is hoping the “hiatus” will be able to produce prematurely [its] Let’s go to Broadway. “By taking this break, we can afford to start an extended run starting in March,” he said.

musical, an adaptation by Something’s rotten! The 1993 Robin Williams film by Kare Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell and music and lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Kare Kirkpatrick, the team of just three preview performances played in Spring 2020 before the industry-wide pandemic shutdown.

Mrs. Doubtfire directed by Jerry Zacks, and stars Rob McClure ,Beetlejuice, Chaplin) in the title role.