The curtain has closed for Erika Girardi.
The “Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 48, bid farewell to Broadway’s “Chicago” just a few weeks early as a choice got here down Thursday to shutter all productions on the Nice White Manner till April 12 due to coronavirus. Girardi made her Broadway debut as Roxie Hart this January and had been scheduled to end her run within the musical on March 29.
“Effectively this isn’t the best way I needed to say goodbye to Roxie and my Chicago household however I’ve no selection. THANK YOU from the underside of my coronary heart to everybody that got here to the reveals . I depart NYC feeling like my mission is incomplete however I’ll treasure this time all the time. Erika ❤️,” she wrote on Instagram on Thursday.
The choice to shut down all productions starting Thursday night time was made as Gov. Cuomo banned gatherings of greater than 500 individuals statewide in New York, beginning on Friday, because the variety of confirmed coronavirus instances hit 328. Faculties and hospitals are amongst amenities which might be excluded from the ban. In the meantime, New Jersey has banned occasions with greater than 250 individuals.
Earlier within the week, a Broadway usher who labored on two reveals examined constructive for coronavirus.