As the rise in coronavirus cases, driven by the Omicron variant, takes a growing toll on live performance, the Public Theater said Friday. announced It would cancel the Under the Radar festival, which was scheduled to begin on January 12.
The theater cited “multiple disruptions related to the rapid community spread of the Omicron variant”, including impacts on staff availability, cancellations by artists and audiences, flight disruptions and visa processing delays.
“This is incredibly disappointing, but we believe it’s necessary given the ongoing volatility and ongoing outages,” theater spokeswoman Laura Rigby said in a statement.
Jasmine Lee’s book “Seven Killing Kylie Jenner” would be on the staff of Under the Radar, one of the few New York festivals centered around the public’s annual showcase for experimental work and the Association of Performing Arts Professionals conference. -Jones; “Our Country,” by Annie Saunders and Becca Wolff; “An Evening with the Migrant” by Inua Ellams; “Otto Frank” by Roger Guenveur Smith; and “Mud/Drowning” with texts by María Irene Fornés.
“Theatrical Art” and “My Own Hands” two monologues Written by Pascal Rambert, the book will continue to be presented by Performance Spaces for the 21st Century in Chatham, NY, as part of its Under the Radar’s On the Road initiative.
People in December announced He said proof of a negative Covid-19 test would need the full vaccine to access his theaters and restaurant by the end of January. With no main stage performances during this time, the policy mainly targeted Under the Radar, which was scheduled to end on January 30.
Another presentation of experimental performance during the month exponential festivalwill be available online on the festival’s YouTube channel and Twitch.