Bette Midler said she's "fine" after falling onstage Thursday night during her Broadway performance of "Hello, Dolly!"
The actress won a Tony Award this year for her performance in the title role of Dolly Gallagher Levi in the revival production that opened April 20.
"You may hear I was in a little accident on stage tonight; two set pieces collided, I had to make a run for it, and I fell," Midler tweeted Thursday night. "But I'm fine."
You may hear I was in a little accident on stage tonight; two set pieces collided, I had to make a run for it, and I fell. But I'm fine.— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) September 15, 2017
A rep for Midler didn't immediately respond to request for comment.
Midler, 71, fell off a moving piece of scenery ahead of the show's intermission, causing the Shubert Theatre production to be halted for approximately 10 minutes. When the actress returned onstage, she received a standing ovation from the audience.
A spokesman for Shubert Theatre told ABC News that Midler will return as Dolly in Friday night's performance.