Daly is "expected to make a full recovery," a press release said
Tyne Daly will no longer be starring in the upcoming Broadway production of Doubt after experiencing an undisclosed health-related issue.
The 77-year-old Emmy Award-winning actress was set to star as Sister Aloysius in the revival of John Patrick Shanley’s Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning play Doubt: A Parable, directed by Tony Award nominee Scott Ellis.
On Tuesday, PEOPLE confirmed that a recent hospitalization has caused Daly to withdraw from the role of the principal who grows suspicious of a priest at an all-boys Catholic school in the Bronx.
The first preview performance on Feb. 2 was canceled. The second on Feb. 3 featured Tony nominee Isabel Keating as Sister Aloysius, who will star until Amy Ryan steps in on Feb. 13.
“With respect and admiration for Tyne, we wish her the best and a quick recovery. We are grateful that Amy Ryan said yes – in a quick minute – to join our company and take on the role of ‘Sister Aloysius.’ We deeply appreciate Isabel Keating, who remarkably stepped in with a day of rehearsal and allowed us to get the production up on its feet during this first week of performances,” Ellis, 66, said in a statement.
Daly had not performed in the role at all, a press release said. She was hospitalized on Friday, therefore, show organizers canceled the first preview held on that day.
“Ms. Daly was unexpectedly hospitalized on Friday and unfortunately needs to withdraw from the production while she receives medical care; she is thankfully expected to make a full recovery,” the release continued.
PEOPLE has reached out to a rep for Daly for more information.
The play also stars Liev Schreiber as Father Flynn, a priest who may be harboring a dark secret, Quincy Tyler Bernstine as Mrs. Muller, and Zoe Kazan as Sister James.
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Doubt: A Parable will have its official opening on March 7 at the Todd Haimes Theatre on Broadway. Tickets can be purchased online at roundabouttheatre.org, or in person at a Roundabout box office.
Daly’s career has spanned six decades. In addition to her six Emmy wins, she has also earned a Tony Award and is a member of the American Theatre Hall of Fame. She is best known for her work on Cagney & Lacey and Judging Amy. Daly has appeared in several Broadway shows, including credits for a revival of Gypsy, Rabbit Hole and Mothers and Sons.
Ryan, 55, also has a history with Roundabout Theatre Company productions for her past performances in A Streetcar Named Desire and Uncle Vanya. She has an Oscar nomination for Gone Baby Gone and played Holly Flax in The Office.
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