Sutton Foster Updates: American actress, singer, and dancer Sutton Foster has won numerous awards for her work. She is best known for her roles in the Broadway productions of “The Drowsy Chaperone,” “Little Women,” “Young Frankenstein,” “Shrek the Musical,” and “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” She has achieved fame in the Broadway musical theatre because to her powerful voice.
She is regarded as the ideal candidate for the endorsement business because to her stunning appearance and upbeat charisma. She has tried her hand at several different occupations and has been successful in each one. Actress Sutton Foster will miss performances of the popular Broadway version of “The Music Man” until July 6 as a result of her second positive COVID-19 test since December.
Foster provided an update in a social media video on Monday. Foster portrays librarian Marion Paroo in the production at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York.
SHE CAPTIONED THE PHOTO, “I’M VERY SORRY TO BRING BAD NEWS, BUT THIS MORNING I TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID.”
Hugh Jackman, the actress’ co-star in “The Music Man,” also developed the virus a few weeks prior to the actor’s diagnosis. Foster, best known for the romantic comedy series “Younger,” added that she would be replaced in the upcoming performances of Meredith Willson’s musical comedy by standby actors Audrey Cardwell and Kathy Voutko.
The 47-year-old Tony Award winner apologized in her commentary while assuring the audience that their “in good hands” with Audrey Cardwell and Kathy Voutko as Marion Paroo. Up until July 6, Sutton won’t be performing.
The actress, who is most known to television fans for her lead part in the TV Land series “Younger,” tested positive for the virus in December, along with her co-star Hugh Jackman, at a preview screening of the programme. Jackson announced his second match with COVID the day after taking the stage with the cast at the Tony Awards.
On June 22, the “Wolverine” actor came back to the programme. All theatres on the Great White Way will implement a mask-optional policy for the month of July, Broadway League President Charlotte St. Martin declared last week as COVID spreads and results in extended absences.