‘The Music Man’ canceled after Hugh Jackman gets COVID-19

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There might be no music for the Jackman.

Hugh Jackman’s Broadway manufacturing “The Music Man” has been postponed till Jan. 1 after he introduced he contracted coronavirus. The actor gained’t return till not less than Jan. 6.

The 53-year-old tweeted his diagnosis on Tuesday alongside a brief clip of himself carrying a masks.

“Just wanted you to hear it from me,” he wrote. “I tested positive for COVID. Mild symptoms and as soon as I’m cleared … looking forward to getting back to The Winter Garden! @MusicManBway.”

In the video, he reiterated his tweet, saying: “I just wanted you to hear it from me that I tested positive this morning for COVID,” Jackman mentioned in a video posted to Twitter and Instagram. “My symptoms are like a cold. I have a scratchy throat and a bit of a runny nose, but I’m fine. And I’m just gonna do everything I can to get better ASAP. And as soon as I’m cleared, I’ll be back on stage, heading to River City.”

“Please stay safe,” the “X-Men” star continued. “Be healthy, be kind.”

Hugh Jackman introduced he has COVID-19 and is now unable to carry out on his Broadway present “The Music Man.”
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Representatives for the present told EW that performances have been canceled by way of Jan. 1 and tickets may be refunded or exchanged.

Despite many Broadway reveals being closed because of the surge in COVID-19 circumstances, Jackman couldn’t assist however hype up his present earlier this month.

“I’ve just arrived at the theater, and it is our first preview tonight,” he shared in a video on Instagram on Dec. 20. “I don’t know how many months — years this date has been in my head, but it feels like a long time. I am just so grateful and so … ah … blessed to be here in this position and I am so excited to share this show with you all.”

“As soon as I’m cleared … looking forward to getting back to The Winter Garden,” he added.
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On Dec. 24, his co-star Sutton Foster turned unavailable for the present’s fourth preview. Swing actor and understudy Kathy Voytko stepped in for the 46-year-old inside an 8-hour discover.

“It’s not only happening here … but all over Broadway,” Jackman defined shortly after the preview, in footage captured by actress Katherine Winter. “This is a time we’ve never known. We’re in our fourth preview, we’re all just sort of learning so swings and understudies have not had a chance to learn.”

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