‘Tap Dogs’ Cancel Rest of Shows at Hanover Theatre Due to ‘Serious Medical Issues’

‘Tap Dogs’ Cancel Rest of Shows at Hanover Theatre Due to ‘Serious Medical Issues’

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WORCESTER – The Hanover Theatre has announced that rock n’ roll tap dance show Tap Dogs would have to cancel the remainder of their shows in Worcester this weekend due to “serious medical issues sustained by several cast members.”

The announcement from the Hanover Theatre reads: “Unfortunately, due to serious medical issues sustained by several cast members, all remaining performances of Tap Dogs have been canceled. We sincerely apologize and thank you for understanding that, due to the nature of live performance, occasionally things happen that are beyond our control. Refunds will be processed by the box office over the next several days and may take a few additional business days to reflect on your statement depending on your bank’s processing times. If you purchased your tickets in person at the box office by cash or check please call the box office at 877.571.SHOW (7469) to arrange your refund.”

 

Tap Dogs, winner of 15 international awards, fulfilled their performances on Thursday and Friday evening at the Hanover Theatre. They did an abbreviated show on Saturday at 2 PM. 

Their remaining shows — Saturday, April 13 at 8 PM, and Sunday shows at 1 PM and 6:30 PM have been cancelled. 


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