By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The remaining performances of “The Prom” at the Hippodrome Theatre have been postponed after multiple cast members got COVID-19, the theater posted on Facebook.

There were five performances of the Broadway musical scheduled from Jan. 21-23, according to a calendar on the theater’s website.

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The theater apologized for the postponement and urged ticket holders to hold on to their tickets as scheduling changes are arranged.

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Details on new dates will be sent to to ticket holders when they become available, the theater said.

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“The Prom,” which debuted in 2018, follows two spurned Broadway stars who travel to Indiana after learning a 17-year-old lesbian won’t be able to bring a girl to the dance.

CBS Baltimore Staff