By CBSLA Staff

HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — “Hamilton” will resume performances at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre on Feb. 9 after multiple shows were canceled due to COVID-19 cases over the holidays.

“For all of us, the road to getting performances of `Hamilton’ up and running for our audiences was a true demonstration of that timeless adage: The Show Must Go On,” Broadway in Hollywood General Manager Jeff Loeb said in a statement. “The combination of hard work, a commitment to health and safety, clear communication, and positive thinking were the key elements that helped all of us execute a successful reopening of our theater, and this glorious production.

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“We commend our community of theatergoers, actors, stagehands, and ushers who helped us raise that curtain — and who will help keep that curtain up in Los Angeles as new Broadway entertainment continues to grace our stage.”

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The show’s run is set to end on March 20.

In December, performances were canceled after a surge of cases occurred “backstage,” according to Broadway in Hollywood, owner of the theater.

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Tickets for the remaining shows are available at www.broadwayinhollywood.com/hamiltonla.