NEW YORK — The New York City Ballet is canceling the remaining performances of "The Nutcracker."

The famed ballet was scheduled to run through Sunday but has been forced to cancel due to additional positive COVID test results among production. 

Thirty performances have been held in recent weeks. 

The ballet says anyone with a ticket for upcoming shows can receive a full refund or make a charitable donation in the amount of the value of their tickets.

Over on Broadway, the musical "Ain't Too Proud" announced it is closing for good in January.

Those who want to catch the musical about famous Motown group The Temptations will have three more weeks to do so. 

The show's final performance will be on January 16. 

The musical just welcomed back audiences Tuesday night after nearly two weeks following a COVID outbreak among cast and crew.

"Ain't Too Proud" is now one of multiple Broadway productions to announce they are closing amid a surge in cases including "Jagged Little Pill," "Waitress" and "Thoughts of a Colored Man." 

Meanwhile, "The Music Man" on Broadway has also canceled shows through Saturday. 

The show's star Actor Hugh Jackman says he's tested positive for COVID. 

Jackman's co-star, Sutton Foster, also tested positive last week.

Performances are expected to resume Sunday. 

Jackman is expected to return to the show on January 6.