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Today The Broadway League officially announced that all Broadway shows are suspended through June 7 (the original date of the indefinitely postponed Tony Awards, to make matters even sadder). While many other major cultural institutions—including Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera and multiple Off-Broadway theatres—canceled their spring seasons weeks ago, Broadway's reopening date had been set for April 13 until this statement. Read our frequently updated list of the statuses of all the Broadway productions impacted by the shutdown, including a few that have been completely canceled.
A few hours after this announcement, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo expressed skepticism about the June 7 reopening date, implying it could be later.