I was the production stage manager for Wicked on the Road. As the virus cases started to increase, nobody really knew what was going to happen. And I don’t think that we really put it together that we were gonna be one of those places. So I think we all were trying to just wrap our heads around what was happening.
What they actually said to us at the time, we did not know and we only thought it was going to be about three weeks that we would be shut down. So that was the case for the first week we were out until we all started to realize, oh, this could be longer.