Chita Rivera, the much-awaited panel discussion for her memoir at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts has regrettably been canceled.
The cause of this disappointing setback? A positive COVID-19 test result for the 90-year-old Broadway icon compelled the event to be postponed until further notice.The news broke with a sigh of disappointment among fans eagerly looking forward to hearing Chita Rivera discuss her remarkable life journey chronicled in her memoir, aptly titled “Chita: A Memoir.” The library promptly conveyed the news to the public through a statement on the website, apologizing to those who had eagerly signed up for the event.“We will follow up with all those who have signed up for the event if we have any updates in the future.
We hope to schedule a new date for this event,” the library announced, offering a glimmer of hope to fans. Their message was both empathetic and optimistic, “In the meantime, please keep Chita Rivera in your thoughts.
We hope to see you soon at the Library for the Performing Arts,” they added in their update.How to prevent eye infections caused by mascara?How often should you change your workout routine to see results?Lauren Sanchez’s healthy and eco-friendly recipes you need to tryChita Rivera’s memoir is a captivating journey into her life, offering readers a window into the experiences and inspirations that molded her into a three-time Tony Award winner, a celebrated Kennedy Center honoree, and even a recipient of the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom.