(Cleveland) - Playhouse Square has officially put on hold its entire lineup of its Broadway Series until at least 2021, because of concerns about coronavirus.
The president and CEO of Playhouse Square, Gina Vernaci, made the announcement in emails to ticket holders of the Broadway Series. She said this was "painful but the most thoughtful decision we could make, given the current circumstances."
Shows that have been postponed include Disney's "Frozen," "Hamilton," and "To Kill A Mockingbird." All were set to run before the end of the year, and all have now been postponed to future years. Also postponed was "The Cher Show," which was set to run next February.
The Broadway Series will resume in January with "Pretty Woman: The Musical," set ro run at the Connor Palace Theater from January 5-24.
Playhouse Square has a web page with information about performances that are postponed, rescheduled, and canceled. It says all performances are suspended through May 31.
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