The historical drama also stars stage favorites Adrienne Warren, Jayme Lawson, and Sheila Atim.
The event will welcome attendees both in person and virtually.
The play debuted at Chicago's A Red Orchid Theatre in 2002.
Performances of the family favorite musical continue through July 13 in St. Louis.
The move comes after the resignation of the theatre's 2020 cohort, along with its artistic director and board chair, citing similar allegations about a lack of transparency and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Goldberg will perform as part of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Summer Evenings concert on July 13.
The Public Theater presents Shaina Taub and Laurie Woolery's musical adaptation of the Shakespeare comedy.
The stage production will be produced by Tony and Olivier winners Sonia Friedman and Stephen Daldry.
The comedy is set to play Edinburgh Fringe Festival later this summer.