Lincoln Center delays bows

Three fall prod'ns postponed

Lincoln Center Theater has announced that it will postpone the first performances of each of its three fall productions, citing loss of rehearsal time and delays in the construction and delivery of sets.

“Thou Shalt Not,” previously scheduled to begin performances at Broadway’s Plymouth Theater on Thursday, will now begin perfs on Sept. 27. The new musical by Susan Stroman, David Thompson and Harry Connick Jr. will open, as originally scheduled, on Oct. 25.

“Everett Beekin,” a new play by Richard Greenberg, originally scheduled to begin performances on Oct. 11, will now begin perfs Oct. 19 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. It opens on Nov. 14.

Previews of “QED,” a new play by Peter Parnell, originally scheduled to start Sunday and Monday performances at the Vivian Beaumont Theater on Sept. 30, will now begin Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. and open Nov. 18.

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