‘Freestyle Love Supreme’, ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Canceled Performances Due To Covid – Deadline

Broadway’s Freestyle Love Supreme and Off Broadway’s Little Shop of Horrors canceled at least some of their weekend performances due to Covid, joining, as previously reported, Mrs. Doubtfire.

Freestyle Love Supreme, the improvisational hip-hop show originally created by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Anthony Veneziale, canceled its Saturday night, Dec. 11, performances due to breakthrough Covid cases, producers announced. The next scheduled performance at the Booth Theatre is tonight.

At Off Broadway’s Westside Theatre, the popular revival of Little Shop of Horrors starring Jeremy Jordan, Tammy Blanchard, and Christian Borle canceled its Dec. 11 and Dec. 12 performances following one breakthrough positive case of Covid within the company, producers said. The production is expected to resume performances Tuesday, Dec. 14.

As previously reported, Mrs. Doubtfire canceled its Sunday performances yesterday due to a positive test within the company. The show is expected to resume on Tuesday, Dec. 14.

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