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Hugh Jackman heads to matinee performance of The Music Man after Covid

Hugh Jackman hides while attending New York’s The Music Man matinee after recovering from second Covid attack

Hugh Jackman is back at work after recovering from Covid-19 for the second time.

The 53-year-old stepped out in New York on Sunday to perform a matinee performance of The Music Man.

The actor looked chic in a brown polo shirt with a black trim worn with navy blue shorts.

Hugh Jackman (pictured) is back at work after recovering from Covid-19 for the second time.  The 53-year-old stepped out in New York on Sunday to stage a matinee performance of The Music Man

Hugh Jackman (pictured) is back at work after recovering from Covid-19 for the second time. The 53-year-old stepped out in New York on Sunday to stage a matinee performance of The Music Man

He added a pair of black sneakers to the ensemble and carried a black cotton tote bag.

Hugh wore a face mask to stay safe, as well as reflective aviator sunglasses.

The outing comes after Hugh announced earlier this month that he had again tested positive for COVID-19, which meant he had to temporarily stop his Broadway production of The Music Man.

The actor looked chic in a brown polo shirt with a black trim worn with navy blue shorts.  Hugh wore a facemask to stay safe, as well as reflective aviator sunglasses

The actor looked chic in a brown polo shirt with a black trim worn with navy blue shorts. Hugh wore a facemask to stay safe, as well as reflective aviator sunglasses

“I tested frustratingly positive for Covid. Again. My standby, the incredibly talented @maxmclayton will step in for me,” Jackman said in an Instagram video.

“The most annoying thing is that I don’t see him perform! I’ve said it before, and will say it a million more times… Max and all the standbys, swings and understudies around the world, you are the real heroes of the theater,” he added.

“You’re giving life to the saying ‘the show must go on,'” Jackman said, tagging his co-star Sutton Foster (@suttonlenore) and @musicmanbway.

The outing comes after Hugh announced earlier this month that he had again tested positive for COVID-19, which meant he had to temporarily stop his Broadway production of The Music Man.

The outing comes after Hugh announced earlier this month that he had again tested positive for COVID-19, meaning he had to temporarily stop his Broadway production of The Music Man.

Jackman added that he was just “frustrated that I won’t see him cheering for him, but I’ll be cheering you on in my heart, Max.”

“To everyone, my entire cast of The Music Man, I hate not being with you, but I’ll be back as soon as I can,” he added.

Hugh previously tested positive for COVID in December 2021 and had to relinquish The Music Man at that time as well.

Hugh previously tested positive for COVID in December 2021 and then also had to relinquish The Music Man

Hugh previously tested positive for COVID in December 2021 and then also had to relinquish The Music Man

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