MCC's Which Way to the Stage and Soft Cancel Performances Through May 15 | Playbill

COVID-19 Cancellations MCC's Which Way to the Stage and Soft Cancel Performances Through May 15

The Off-Broadway productions have halted performances due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases within the companies.

Evan Todd and Sas Goldberg Daniel J. Vasquez

MCC's Which Way to the Stage and Soft have cancelled all performances through May 15 due to breakthrough COVID-19 cases within the companies. Ticketholders should contact their point of purchase for refunds and exchanges. Visit MCCTheater.org for the latest.

Both shows are expected to resume the evening of May 17 with Which Way to the Stage at the Newman Mills Theater and Soft beginning its run at the The Susan & Ronald Frankel Theater, both located in The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space.

Additional performances of Which Way to the Stage have been added to the run, extending performances through May 28 despite being originally slated to close May 22.

Which Way to the Stage is directed by Mike Donahue and follows two Broadway fans waiting outside the If/Then stage door hoping to get an autograph from star Idina Menzel. The cast includes Sas Goldberg (Significant Other), Max Jenkins (Unnatural Acts), Evan Todd (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), and Michelle Veintimilla (The Baker and the Beauty).

Donja R. Love's Soft was slated to begin previews May 12 before officially opening June 6. The story follows a correctional boarding school teacher, Mr. Isaiah, and his response to one of his students dying by suicide. Featured in the cast are Leon Addison Brown as Mr. Cartwright, Biko Eisen-Martin as Mr. Isaiah, Dharon Jones as Antoine, Essence Lotus as Dee, Travis Raeburn as Bashir, Shakur Tolliver as Kevin, Dario Vazquez as Jamal, and Ed Ventura as Eddie.

Get An Exclusive Look at Production Photos of Which Way to the Stage starring Sas Goldberg and Max Jenkins

 
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