The new musical "Diner" could have one less stop on its way to Broadway.
Producers have postponed a four-week tryout in San Francisco set to start Oct. 23 at the Curran Theatre. But the show, written by Barry Levinson with a score by Sheryl Crow, is still on track for a spring 2013 Broadway debut, Variety reports.
It's unclear whether a new premiere will be planned for San Francisco or another city ahead of the musical's Broadway opening.
As previously announced, the show will be directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall, who won Tonys for her choreography of "Anything Goes," "The Pajama Game" and "Wonderful Town." "Diner" marks the Broadway debut of Levinson and Grammy winner Crow.