Manhattan Theatre Club’s production of “How I learned to Drive,” which was scheduled to open in April, has been postponed.
The theater organization is finalizing plans to open the production in the 2020-2021 season. The play, written by Paula Vogel, was slated to star its original Off-Broadway cast of Mary-Louise Parker, David Morse and Johanna Day.
The postponement follows in the steps of other non-profit theater groups, including Lincoln Center Theater and Roundabout Theatre Company, that have opted to move spring productions to the fall. Two productions, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Hangmen,” have already announced closure.
Broadway theaters are currently scheduled to reopen on April 13, but a further extension of closures is expected this week.