‘Hamilton’ performance in Dallas canceled due to COVID breakthrough


Update at 9:07 p.m. with more information on the ticket office.

Tuesday night’s performance of “Hamilton” at Music Hall in Fair Park was canceled due to groundbreaking COVID-19 cases in the company of the musical, Dallas Summer Musicals announced on Instagram Tuesday night, less than two hours before the curtain .

All future performances of “Hamilton” at Music Hall are expected to go as planned, DSM said. If you purchased tickets for Tuesday night’s show, DSM announced later on Tuesday night that it will honor all tickets for November 23 during an additional performance on December 5 at 7:30 p.m. If you can’t attend the December 5 show, you can exchange your tickets for another show or get a full refund of your ticket.

Actors Equity oversees COVID-19 protocols for national touring productions. These protocols include strict mask requirements and a strict testing regime as well as other protocols that limit artist / crew exposure to anyone unaffiliated with the performance. All productions also have a COVID-19 security manager.

WFAA has contacted DSM for more information and will update this story with more details.

Read DSM’s full statement below.

“COVID-19 rupture cases have been detected within the Hamilton company. Because the well-being and safety of our guests, our actors and our team is our top priority, tonight’s performance , on Tuesday, November 23, is canceled.All future performances of Hamilton at the Music Hall are scheduled to continue as scheduled.

“Ticket holders are urged to hold their tickets while we attempt to reschedule this performance. Details will be emailed to ticket holders as soon as they become available.”


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