“Plaza Suite” will resume performances at the Hudson Theatre on April 14 after a week of cancellations due to COVID-19 cases within the company.
Matthew Broderick will perform in the April 14 show opposite Erin Dilly, the standby for Sarah Jessica Parker. Parker is scheduled to return to the play April 16.
Both Broderick and Parker tested positive for COVID-19 on April 5 and April 7, respectively. The first performance cancellation was April 7, after Parker’s positive test.
“Plaza Suite” will be the second production to resume performances after COVID-19 cancellations. “Macbeth” resumed performances at the Longacre Theatre Tuesday after 11 days of cancellations. “A Strange Loop,” which has repeatedly delayed its first Broadway preview due to positive cases, is scheduled to end its extended cancellation period Thursday. “Paradise Square” has been dark since April 7 and is now planning to resume April 19, after several delays.
“Plaza Suite,” directed by John Benjamin Hickey, opened at the Hudson Theatre on March 28.
Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the theater for “Macbeth.” It has been corrected in the article.