March 28, 2020

More ‘Hamilton’ performances canceled due to coronavirus

Organizers are canceling even “Hamilton” shows in San Francisco’s Oprheum Theatre due to coronavirus concerns.

BroadwaySF have announced that the hit Broadway musical, which had already been canceled for the rest of March, will remain dark through April due to the City of San Francisco’s recent mandate to ban events larger of 100 or more people.

The organization also announced that the entire cancellation of the upcoming San Francisco run of “The Book of Mormon,” which was set to open on March 31 and run through April 26 at the Golden Gate Theatre.

Other BroadwaySF shows impacted by the ban are:

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Other shows impacted by coronavirus include “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” at the Curran Theater in San Francisco. The play, which was originally set to go dark through the end of March, will now be suspended another full month, according to a statement from organizers.

“Last night, the San Francisco Health Officer restricted all events to a maximum of 100 persons through April 30, 2020. As such, performances of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at San Francisco’s Curran Theater will now be suspended through Thursday, April 30,” the statement reads.

. @broadwaysf announces @BookofMormon run is canceled in SF due to #coronavirus. Details here

— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) March 15, 2020

More #HarryPotter and @CursedChildSF performances have been canceled in San Francisco

— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) March 15, 2020


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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment


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