AceShowbiz - Broadway producers had to cancel Saturday night's (May 12) performance of Jim Parsons' hit show "The Boys in the Band" after he sustained an injury onstage. "The Big Bang Theory" star tripped during the matinee's encore and ended up limping off the platform after joining his castmates to take a bow, and shortly after the curtain came down, officials announced that evening's production would no longer be going ahead.
"Due to a minor injury of a cast member, the Sat evening performance has been canceled [sic]," a show representative posted on Twitter. "Performances will resume Monday night."
Due to a minor injury of a cast member, the Sat evening performance has been canceled. Performances will resume Monday night. Please contact your point-of-purchase for refund and exchange information. https://t.co/UL3P4GWBJH— The Boys in the Band on Broadway (@BoysBandBway) May 13, 2018
Parsons stars alongside Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells, among others, in the 50th anniversary revival of the 1968 Mart Crowley play, which revolves around a birthday party for a gay man and his friends.