Important information regarding Broadway performances of The Lion King have been shared about the cancellation of a few upcoming shows due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases.
- Breakthrough COVID-19 cases have been detected within the company of The Lion King at The Minskoff Theatre, causing the cancellation of these shows.
- Last week they made a similar announcement regarding their performance setbacks with COVID-19 for cancelled shows up to December 26th.
- On Twitter, The Lion King’s official account shared the following statement:
- “Despite our best efforts, we regret to inform you that the Tuesday, December 28th evening performance and Wednesday, December 29th matinee performance are canceled. Broadway performances are scheduled to resume Wednesday, December 29th at 7PM. All tickets for this performances will be refunded at the point of purchase.”
- All tickets for the canceled performances will be refunded at the point of purchase.
- For more information on how to go about getting a refund or ticket exchange, please visit the show’s official website.
- The Lion King’s sister show on Broadway, Aladdin The Musical, also had to cancel performances this week.
— The Lion King – Musical (@TheLionKing) December 28, 2021
More Disney Broadway News:
- Due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases within the company of players, performances of The Lion King musical were canceled through December 26th.
- Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation, which is currently performing in New York City, will be heading to the Mercury Theater in Chicago next March.
- The cast of Aladdin the Musical has been back on stage for a few weeks now, and they stopped by GMA to give a rousing performance of some of the songs from the hit stage show.