The new coronavirus has reached Broadway, but the shows on the Great White Way are scheduled to go on as plannedBy MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment WriterMarch 11, 2020, 11:37 PM4 min readNEW YORK — The new coronavirus has reached Broadway, but the shows on the Great White Way are scheduled to go on as planned. A part-time usher and security guard who worked at two theaters in recent days tested positive for COVID-19 and is under quarantine, according to the Shubert and Nederlander organizations, Broadway’s largest theater chains. Both theaters have been deep cleaned and all Broadway shows will be performed as expected Thursday night. According to a joint statement by the theater chains, the employee worked as an usher at the revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” at the Shubert’s Booth Theatre from March 3-7. The theater was deep cleaned “following all current government standards” as a result. The nearby Brooks Atkinson Theatre, home to the show “Six,” has also been deep cleaned since the employee also helped expedite the public into the theater on Feb. 25 and March 1. Any ticket holder who prefers to attend a future performance of either show will be permitted to change


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