NEW YORK (AP) - These are trying times at the Broadway show "Therese Raquin" - first a show was interrupted by a man in the audience who threw flowers and now star Keira Knightley has had to withdraw from Wednesday's performance.

NEW YORK (AP) These are trying times at the Broadway show "Therese Raquin" first a show was interrupted by a man in the audience who threw flowers and now star Keira Knightley has had to withdraw from Wednesday's performance.

Roundabout Theatre Company said "a minor injury" to Knightley has forced the evening show to be canceled. The theater company expects her to be ready for Thursday night's show.

This isn't the first time the show has made news even before it opens.

Knightley, who plays the title character in the play, was onstage Oct. 1 with Gabriel Ebert when a young man in the mezzanine got up, went to the railing and shouted. When security arrived, the man tossed the flowers on his way out.