'Paradise Square' now plans to resume April 16. (Photo: Kevin Berne)

“Paradise Square” has canceled an additional five Broadway performances after COVID-19 cases were discovered within the company.

The production has been dark since April 7, and said last week that it would resume April 12. The new musical is now expected to resume performances April 16.

“Paradise Square” is facing 10 canceled performances after having opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on April 3. Before the cancellations, the musical was posting high capacities, but struggling at the box office, bringing in $296,350 in the week ended April 3.

The company will return to rehearsals this week after satisfying all COVID protocols, according to the press release.

The production’s announcement follows COVID-19 cases at “A Strange Loop” and “Macbeth,” which have both extended cancellations until April 12. “Plaza Suite” canceled performances through April 10 after both Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker tested positive for the virus.