The Monday, Dec. 13 performance of “Freestyle Love Supreme” has been canceled, the show announced Monday on social media.
The decision was made “out of an abundance of caution,” according to the statement posted to the production’s social media channels, and comes after the cancelation of the show’s Dec. 11 performances due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases in the company.
“Freestyle Love Supreme” is one of several productions to cancel performances in recent days. “Mrs. Doubtfire” and Off-Broadway’s “Little Shop of Horrors” both missed shows last weekend due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases in the companies.
In the statement, it was announced that Lin-Manuel Miranda, a creator, producer and cameo performer for the show, will perform in the upcoming four performances, starting Dec. 14 through the 5 p.m. show Dec. 17. Miranda clarified on Twitter that these appearances would be in addition to the previously announced show on Dec. 20.
The statement also encourages ticket holders for the canceled performance to contact their point of sale for an exchange or refund.
“Freestyle Love Supreme” has played the Booth Theatre since Oct. 7, and is scheduled to run through Jan. 2, 2022.
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