NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Two of Broadway's leading men say they have coronavirus.
Actor Aaron Tveit who currently stars in Moulin Rouge! announced Monday that he had tested positive COVID-19.
In an Instagram post, Tveit, 36, said he has been in quarantine since Broadway went dark on March 12, and that he's feeling much better.
On Sunday night, Tony-award winner Gavin Creel said he was "pretty sure" he has coronavirus.
He emphasized that the cast member who tested positive was not Sara Bareilles - his co-star in London and composer of the show.
Creel said he was feeling better and has been quarantined in his upstate New York home.
Rosie's broadcast raised more than $500,000 for the Actor's Fund.