More Moore: Peters Standby, Maureen Moore, to Play Gypsy’s Rose April 22

News   More Moore: Peters Standby, Maureen Moore, to Play Gypsy’s Rose April 22 Two-time Tony Award winner Bernadette Peters will not play the April 22 performance of Gypsy at the Shubert Theatre.

Maureen Moore.
Maureen Moore.

A spokesperson for the production confirmed that Peters, who missed the April 21 performance of the Arthur Laurents-Jule Styne-Stephen Sondheim revival, is out of the show on doctor’s orders due to a cold.

Peters’ standby, Maureen Moore, will play the role of Rose in her absence. As of press time, it was not known whether Peters would play the Wednesday, April 23 performances.

Maureen Moore has appeared on Broadway in Cabaret, Sunset Boulevard, Falsettos, Les Misérables, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Amadeus, Big River, I Love My Wife, Moonie Shapiro Songbook and as June in the 1974 production of Gypsy. She also was Peters’ standby in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Song & Dance.

Directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes, Gypsy plays Monday through Saturday evenings at 8 PM with matinees on Wednesday and Saturdays at 2 PM. Tickets, priced between $60 and $100, are available at the Shubert Theatre box office (225 West 44th Street) or through Telecharge at (212) 239-6200. The musical officially opens May 1.

Those interested in exchanging tickets for the April 22 performance should do so at the point of purchase.