After so much expectation and reprogramming, finally, the theatrical adaptation of Married with kids canceled its debut due to the pandemic, and its production announced what will happen to the tickets that were sold.
Through a statement, the RGB production company, in charge of carrying out the show starring Guillermo Francella, Luisana Lopilato, Florence Peña, Dario Lopilato Y Marcel De Bellisannounced the cancellation of the work. Consequently, the producer ensured the return of the tickets arguing the impossibility of carrying out the show in the framework of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In April, the debut of Married with kids It had been rescheduled for January 15, 2021, but given the uncertainty that still exists about the coronavirus, the show will not reach the summer season.
“Attentive to the current sanitary conditions derived from the pandemic, caused by Covid-19, and the projections in relation to it linked to the possibility of presenting public shows in the summer season of 2021, lead us to consider and decide the inappropriateness of the presentation of the work in the designated period at the Gran Rex Theater, for the benefit not only of the actors and other personnel who would be part of it, but mainly of the general public, “says the published text.
In it, they explain that “based on the considerations set out and facts beyond our control”, they have decided cancel the presentation of the work Married with children during the summer season of the following year, proceeding to the return of the tickets.
On this subject, they said that “The amounts of the tickets purchased with a card will be refunded without the need to make any exchange, through the same channel that were bought “.
“All tickets purchased in person and in cash, either at the theater box office or at Ticketek points of sale, will be returned, producing the return from the moment in which its reopening is enabled against presentation of the corresponding tickets, “the statement clarified.
Finally, from RGB regret the inconvenience that this may provoke, at the same time that they state that at this time “the priority is to take care of the safety of the public, artists and workers” in the context of the global health crisis.