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Laura Osnes loses another theater gig, apparently over vaccine status

Not getting the COVID-19 vaccine has led to Burnsville, Minnesota, native Laura Osnes' withdrawal from another show. Osnes was to have appeared in a "Bonnie and Clyde in Concert" production in London, which would have reunited her with Jeremy Jordan, who was Clyde to her Bonnie when "Bonnie and Clyde" was on Broadway in 2011. No reason was given for her being replaced by a British actor but, according to Deadline, the producers of the January event indicated in a press release they're "committed to following all relevant U.K. government COVID-19 guidelines."
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Minnesota native Laura Osnes leaves another performance reportedly over vaccine status

Actress and Minnesota-native Laura Osnes has missed out on another role because she refuses to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to reports. Osnes will no longer perform in Bonnie and Clyde in Concert, a two-night event in London, a news release says. Osnes, who received a Tony Award nomination for her performance as Bonnie in the Broadway musical Bonnie & Clyde, was set to team up again with Jeremy Jordan, who played Clyde on Broadway, in the sold-out London show.
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Laura Osnes Out As Bonnie In London ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ Concert Event

Laura Osnes, who received a Tony Award nomination for her performance as Bonnie Parker in the 2011 Broadway musical Bonnie & Clyde, has been replaced by West End actor Frances Mayli McCann in London’s nearly sold-out upcoming Bonnie & Clyde In Concert event that was intended to reteam Osnes with her original Clyde, actor Jeremy Jordan. Producer Fourth Wall Live announced the new casting in a statement today but didn’t disclose the reason for the replacement, noting only that “The previously announced Laura Osnes is no longer performing in Bonnie and Clyde in Concert.” Osnes made news several months ago when she...

Laura Osnes Is Not a Victim for Refusing the COVID Vaccine

Broadway legend Laura Osnes is making headlines once again. Given her remarkable career on stage, one would reasonably assume that her re-entry into the public consciousness could be attributed to some great new work in the theatrical realm. In past years, Osnes has starred in six Broadway productions, garnering a Tony nomination for her work in “Bonnie and Clyde” as well as a Drama Desk award and numerous Audience Choice Awards. Nevertheless, Osnes’ hyper-relevance has nothing to do with her acting chops, her nationally renowned voice or even her illustrious career.

Unvaccinated Laura Osnes Out At ‘Disney Princess – The Concert Tour’; Broadway’s Former Cinderella Replaced By ‘Anastasia’ Star Christy Altomare

Laura Osnes, Broadway’s former Cinderella who left an upcoming Hamptons concert event rather than get a Covid vaccine, is no longer a Princess: A Disney concert tour set to begin this fall has replaced Osnes with Christy Altomare, star of Broadway’s Anastasia. The new casting was confirmed to Deadline by a spokesperson for the Disney Princess – The Concert tour. According to the rep, the multi-city concert tour “will follow Disney Concerts’ COVID-19 safety policy, requiring cast and touring crew to be fully vaccinated, and will adhere to all local health protocols at each tour stop in an effort to maintain...
Pioneer Press

Laura Osnes — Broadway star and MN native — wasn’t given COVID-19 test option due to ‘miscommunication’

It appears the Laura Osnes vaccination saga has come to a close. Nearly a week after the New York Post first reported that the Broadway star and Minnesota native Laura Osnes had lost a gig after refusing to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the paper has followed up with a story that said “miscommunication” was the reason Osnes wasn’t given the option to instead take a COVID test.
Page Six

Guild Hall says vaccine policy was ‘miscommunicated’ to Laura Osnes

There’s a new plot twist in the saga of musical star Laura Osnes exiting a Hamptons show over its vaccination policy. Guild Hall in East Hampton now says there was a “miscommunication” of its policy to Osnes — which led her to pull out of an upcoming one-night-only performance of director Susan Stroman’s “Crazy For You.”

Broadway Star Laura Osnes Denies She Was Fired From Show for Being Unvaccinated

Broadway star Laura Osnes has denied a report from Page Six saying that she was fired from a production for not being vaccinated against COVID-19. In a lengthy statement posted to her Instagram account Monday night, Osnes said she withdrew from a one-night benefit concert at East Hampton’s Guild Hall after the show’s COVID protocols changed and she needed proof of vaccination in order to join the production. In the Page Six report, a representative said that performers and staff must be vaccinated or provide a negative COVID test, but Osnes, who is unvaccinated, said the option for a negative test...

Broadway Star Laura Osnes Denies Being Fired from Production for Refusing COVID Vaccine

Laura Osnes is telling her side of the story following allegations that she was fired from an upcoming theater production for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Broadway star, 35, shared a statement on Instagram on Monday in response to a report from Page Six claiming that she had been removed from a one-night-only performance of Crazy for You at Guild Hall in East Hampton due to her vaccination status.

Broadway's Laura Osnes Defends COVID-19 Vaccine Refusal: 'My Case Is Personal'

Laura Osnes is standing by her decision to not get vaccinated against COVID-19 amid damning reports regarding her exit from a forthcoming concert. The actor and singer, best known for her performances in Broadway’s “Bandstand” and “Cinderella,” released a statement late Monday in which she confirmed that she and her husband, Nathan Johnson, have not yet been vaccinated.

Broadway Star Laura Osnes Comes Out as Crazy, Won’t Get Vaccinated “Because There Is So Much That Is Still Unknown”

Broadway star Laura Osnes came out as crazy on Instagram today. She and her husband won’t get vaccinated. They’re waiting for more research. She says she’s not alone– this is true, there is a group of idiots out there who refuse to listen to the CDC, the science, or facts. When they’re told they only people dying of COVID are those not vaccinated, they laugh.

Broadway star Laura Osnes denies she was ‘fired’ from show as she doubles down on vaccine refusal

Broadway star, Laura Osnes claims she was not fired from a benefit show after allegedly refusing to get vaccinated. In an Instagram post, she insists she has “withdrawn” from taking part in a one-night production of Crazy For You at the Guild Hall in East Hampton later this month after safety protocols mandated that all performers and audiences be vaccinated.