Rumblings about the actor's exit reportedly first surfaced when the show was wrapping its sophomore run. Warner Bros. TV and The CW didn't provide a comment on the departure.
Deadline first reported that Garber would be leaving the CW series to star in the Broadway production of Hello Dolly! with Bernadette Peters; the news was later confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter and Entertainment Weekly. Garber is set to replace David Hyde Pierce as Horace Vandergelder in the stage play, and his first show is scheduled on January 20 next year. Deadline did not report when Garber's final episode would be.
It goes without saying that it would be impossible for Garber to perform in a Broadway musical six days a week while also filming a television series 3,000 miles away in Vancouver. With him being one of the best parts of the show, it's unknown how well it'll do without him. After wrapping his run on the show, which should be shortly, Garber is expected to move back to NY to start preparing for Hello, Dolly! Martin Stein on the show. Back then, Stein's Firestorm partner was Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell).
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The season 3 premiere of Legends revealed that Stein's daughter Lily was expecting a child. Soon after, Stein and Jax were recruited by Rip (Arthur Darvill) and became members of the Legends. Legends of Tomorrow returned with its season three premiere on Tuesday, and while Garber is listed as a series regular, there's no word how long he'll actually be on the show this season.
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