Movie theaters aren’t the only ones taking a hit due to concerns over the coronavirus: Broadway theaters are next, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Because of the worries surrounding COVID-19, producer Scott Rudin announced that all five of his shows on Broadway would be reducing ticket prices to $50 each, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The new price is a significant drop from typical ticket prices, which usually range from $200 or more.

The change will affect five Broadway shows, according to Playbill:

  • “The Book of Mormon”
  • “The Lehman Trilogy”
  • “To Kill a Mockingbird”
  • “West Side Story”
  • “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

The ticket prices will take affect starting March 12 and will be available through March 29, according to Playbill.

These five shows are popular and typically play to full houses, Deadline reported.

Discussing the decision to reduce ticket prices, Rudin told The Hollywood Reporter, “My partners and I want the buildings full — even, and especially, during this crisis — and this is the way to ensure it. I don’t want the actors looking into a sea of red velvet. Nobody wants that.”

Seventy percent of Broadway audiences are made up of tourists who travel from out of town. Hugely popular shows like “The Lion King” and “Frozen” have seen a major drop in ticket sales in the last week, according to Forbes.

“As long as New York City is open for business, its beating heart remains the Broadway stage,” Rudin said in a statement, according to Vulture. “This is an unprecedented opportunity for everyone to see a show that they otherwise might not have had easy and affordable access to. I can’t pretend that great theater is the panacea we’ve been waiting for, but in the meantime I think we could all use a few hours away from the evening news.”