Goldberg was absent from the matinee and evening performances on Dec. 11 and 12. There are no Tuesday shows.
Whoopi, a revised and updated version of the Mike Nichols-produced-and-directed solo act that first helped make her famous, opened Nov. 17 at the Lyceum.
The new production is subtitled The 20th Anniversary Show. Arthur Siccardi is production supervisor .
The 12-week limited engagement of Goldberg playing a variety of characters and exploring political, social and personal territory began Nov. 6 and continues to Jan. 20, 2005.
Presented by Mike Nichols, Hal Luftig, Leonard Soloway, Steven M. Levy, Tom Leonardis, Eric Falkenstein and Amy Nederlander, Whoopi also promises $25 student rush seats at every performance in addition to the $45-$75 seats.