Utah singer Jimmy Osmond has a stroke during a stage show in England

Utah singer Jimmy Osmond suffered a stroke last week during a stage show in England.

Osmond, the youngest member of the family singing group The Osmonds, was taken to a hospital in Birmingham after Thursday night’s production of Peter Pan, in which he played Captain Hook, according to a news release by the theater, The Birmingham Hippodrome.

“After pushing through the evening’s performance of Peter Pan at Birmingham Hippodrome, Jimmy Osmond was driven straight to hospital and diagnosed with a stroke,” a spokesperson for Osmond said in the theater's news release.

Osmond, of Provo, was performing in the Hippodrome’s annual pantomime, or “panto,” a theatrical holiday tradition in England that features colorful, high-energy productions of fairy tales.

“Everyone here at Birmingham Hippodrome has been deeply saddened to hear of Jimmy’s sudden illness,” said the Hippodrome’s artistic director and chief executive, Fiona Allan. “Jimmy loved being a part of the Hippodrome’s well-renowned panto, and his portrayal of Captain Hook was both dastardly and heartwarming. He won the adoration not just of our audiences, but also of all our staff – we all send Jimmy and his family very best wishes for a speedy recovery.”