Thursday’s performance of the play has been canceled, according to a statement on the show’s official Twitter account
who also announced Parker’s diagnosis.
“Today Sarah Jessica Parker tested positive for COVID with a second test confirming the diagnosis,” read the statement, released Thursday.
“With Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker testing positive for COVID, tonight’s performance of ‘Plaza Suite’ is cancelled. The producers apologize for any inconvenience this has caused to members of the audience.”
Ticket holders have been advised on how to receive a refund or reschedule to a later date.
The show’s producers did not provide any information on Thursday about the show’s eventual return, saying only that information on future performances “will be announced as soon as possible.”
The revival of Neil Simon’s classic 1968 play is currently set to run through the end of June.
After Broderick’s positive test was announced, his stunt double, Michael McGrath, replaced him for the Tuesday and Wednesday shows.
Broderick and Parker portray three different pairs of guests at New York’s famed Plaza Hotel in the three-act comedy.