Trinity Rep pauses ‘A Christmas Carol’ due to COVID-19 outbreak

TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY has canceled five performances of
TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY has canceled five performances of "A Christmas Carol" due a COVID-19 outbreak. / COURTESY TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY
PROVIDENCE – Trinity Repertory Company has paused its performances of "A Christmas Carol" through at least next Tuesday due to a COVID-19 outbreak affecting cast members. The company has had five confirmed COVID-19 cases within one week, said Katie Liberman, Trinity Repertory's executive director, which meets the Actors' Equity Association's standards for a required pause.…

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