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COVID cases prompt Theatre B to push back opening of play another week

'Mr. Burns' will now start on May 19.

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Jacob Hartje (left), Whitney McLain, Ryan Scoble, Missy Teeters and Mik Retzlaff in a scene from Theatre B's "Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play."
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MOORHEAD — For the second time, Theatre B is postponing the opening of the musical comedy “Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play” due to the coronavirus.

The play’s initial opening date was May 6, but due to a case of COVID-19 in the production, the run was pushed back a week. In an announcement on Monday, May 9, the troupe set a new opening date for May 19, with shows the following two nights and a 2 p.m. matinee on May 22. The show will run the same times the following weekend, with the last four dates being “pay what you will.”

For more information, call 701-729-8880 or email info@theatreb.org .

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