COVID case forces cancellation of ‘Hamilton’ performance

DALLAS — The Broadway sensation that swept by the nation has finally arrived in Texas, but not without a small hiccup in the street.

A breakthrough scenario of COVID has been detected in the solid of “Hamilton,” forcing cancellation of a effectiveness Tuesday night time at the Audio Hall at Fair Park in Dallas.

Breakthrough COVID-19 instances have been detected in just the enterprise of Hamilton. Due to the fact the wellness and security of our guests, cast, and crew are our major priority, tonight’s efficiency, Tuesday, November 23, is canceled.

— DallasSummerMusicals (@dsmusicals) November 23, 2021

Dallas Summer months Musicals declared the cancellation to retain the wellness and security of the viewers and forged and crew. All other displays are scheduled to go on as prepared.

A make-up display has been rescheduled in Dallas for Sunday Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. All tickets for Tuesday night’s cancelled functionality will be honored at that time. Encounter masks are necessary to be worn at all instances at the Audio Hall.

An extra overall performance of Hamilton has been included on Sunday, December 5 at 7:30PM. All tickets from the canceled general performance on Tuesday, November 23 will be honored at this new overall performance.

— DallasSummerMusicals (@dsmusicals) November 24, 2021

​​“Hamilton” will be showing in Dallas until finally Dec. 5 in advance of it helps make its way to the Bass Concert Hall in Austin on Dec. 7.