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‘Teenage Dick’ closes early at the Huntington due to COVID cases

Gregg Mozgala and Shannon DeVido in the Huntington's "Teenage Dick."Teresa Castracane

The Huntington Theatre Company has canceled the final week of in-person performances of “Teenage Dick” due to “breakthrough cases within the company” — the latest theatrical casualty of the recent surge in COVID-19 numbers.

The show, which premiered Dec. 3 at the Calderwood Pavilion, was to have run through Jan. 2. Ticket holders will be contacted, the theater said on its website.

Digital tickets for a professional recording of “Teenage Dick,” a contemporary spin on “Richard III,” are available through Jan. 16.

“Teenage Dick” is the latest Boston-area show to shutter early due to ballooning COVID-19 numbers linked to the rise of the Omicron variant. Last week, “WILD: A Musical Becoming” at Cambridge’s American Repertory Theater ended its run early, as did “The Slutcracker” at the Somerville Theatre and “The Christmas Revels” at Cambridge’s Sanders Theatre.


Dana Gerber can be reached at dana.gerber@globe.com