The Brave New Workshop Comedy Theater, located in downtown Minneapolis, has announced that two performances have been canceled due to COVID-19 positive events “within the show.”
The Impro Theater announced on their Facebook page that Friday’s and Saturday’s performances have been canceled.
“All ticket holders for these performances will be contacted directly with more details about refunding or exchanging tickets for another performance,” the announcement reads, among other things.
That Back to the workshop or everything is fine the show has been running since May 5, with dates stretching into August. According to the theatre’s website, the next screenings are still scheduled for 27-28. May.
“If you’ve ever had to face a team meeting, act like your family does not see 8 hours of screens a day, or pretend you know where Ukraine is on a map, this show can be the perfect way to help. “you stop pretending and just laughing one night. Because we’re all doing our best, and if the last two years have taught us anything, then our best is … not great,” he says. series description, in part.
COVID cases have increased steadily over the last few months. Bring me the news reported earlier Friday that a subvariant of the omicron variant has now found its way to Minnesota, with four cases of BA.4 and one case of BA.5 confirmed through testing.
The latest variant is considered “hyper-contagious,” according to Dr. Gregory Poland, Head of the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group.