The Dec. 15 matinee and evening performances of “Tina” have been canceled after “a limited number” of company members tested positive for COVID-19, the production said Wednesday.

The statement, posted on social media, says that tickets will be refunded at their original point of purchase for the canceled shows. Performances of “Tina” are expected to resume Thursday.

Several Broadway productions have canceled performances in recent days, including “Ain’t Too Proud,” which expects to resume performances Wednesday, “Mrs. Doubtfire,” which plans to resume performances Thursday and “Freestyle Love Supreme,” which canceled three shows and resumed Tuesday night.

“Tina” originally opened in November 2019 and reopened at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on Oct. 8.

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