(THE BLAZE) – As more communities and states require vaccines for people to live their daily lives, news of citizens losing their jobs for not taking the jab continues to grow. From airlines to hospitals to schools, average, everyday Americans' livelihoods are threatened by government pressures and mandates.
Now a story out of New York shows that fame does not protect against the edicts to get the shots. Broadway star Laura Osnes lost a special one-night-only gig in East Hampton because she revealed to her co-star that she had not been vaccinated, Page Six reported Thursday night.
Osnes, a two-time Tony nominee and onetime star of the Broadway shows "Cinderella," "Bonnie and Clyde," "Grease," "South Pacific," and "Anything Goes," was set to star in a production of "Crazy for You" on Aug. 29 in front of what Page Six described as a "star-studded audience."
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