ORLANDO, Fla. – Cirque du Soleil has postponed the start of preview performances for "Drawn to Life," its new show at Disney Springs due to coronavirus concerns.
- Cirque du Soleil suspends start of previews for Drawn to Life
- New show at Disney Springs was set to begin previews March 20
- Disney World previously announced it was closing it theme parks, hotels
- RELATED: Disney shares first look at Cirque du Soleil's Drawn to Life
The previews were originally scheduled to being March 20.
"We share your disappointment in regard to the suspension and postponement of our shows around the world and we want you to know we're working with our partners to find solutions for everyone," Cirque du Soleil tweeted.
Cirque du Soleil said that all customers who purchased tickets for the impacted show "will be contacted by the point of sale."
The update didn't mention what Cirque du Soleil plans to do for Drawn to Life's official debut, which is set for April 20.
The decision to suspend previews comes after Disney World closed all of its theme parks, resort hotels and Disney Springs locations.
Drawn to Life replaces La Nouba and takes its inspiration from Disney animation.
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