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Daniel Craig tested positive for COVID-19, and as a result, at least two of his Broadway productions were canceled due to a diagnosis. Macbeth.
This was announced from the production’s official Twitter account, Saturday Matinee and Evening Performance Macbeth Earlier this afternoon, the “No Time to Die” star was canceled after the coronavirus tested positive.
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“We apologize for the inconvenience to ticket holders, but the safety of our spectators, cast and crew is our highest priority. All tickets for canceled performances will be refunded at the point of purchase,” the statement continued.
Performance update on Saturday, April 2nd
Macbeth’s matinee and evening performances have been canceled due to Daniel Craig’s Covid test being positive this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/hluAIqGAQW
– Macbeth on Broadway (cmacbethbway) April 2, 2022
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Broadway Productions further stated that all tickets will be refunded for canceled performances. At the moment, it’s not clear if Craig’s diagnosis will affect more shows down the road. It is also unclear whether the 54-year-old actor is showing any symptoms. Macbeth Bond marks the star’s highly-anticipated return to Broadway. He was on the final stage in 2013 for the revival of Harold Pinter Betrayal.
MacbethAlso starring Ruth Nega, who is making her Broadway debut, starting acting at the Lankar Theater on March 29, the production officially opens on April 28 and will run until July 10. Tony is managing winner Sam Gold.
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