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A New York theater said it canceled performances of the hit show 'Waitress' because of labor shortages

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Sara Bareilles, who wrote the music and lyrics for Waitress, during a curtain call on Broadway. Bruce Glikas/Getty Images
A theater in Elmira, New York, said it canceled its two showings of "Waitress" because of "labor shortages."
The theater said Tuesday that there were "concerns with putting on the production safely."
Record numbers of workers have quit their jobs during the pandemic and some employers are struggling.
A theater in Elmira, New York, has blamed a staff shortage for canceling both its performances of the hit show "Waitress" at the last minute. The Clemens Center called off...
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