The health and safety of our audience, staff, and artists is of the utmost importance to us. Considering Governor Inslee’s mandate concerning social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak, it is with great sadness that we must announce the cancelation of the remainder of our 2020 season. This includes For Peter Pan On Her 70th Birthday, A Bright Room Called Day, Into the Woods, Snow in Midsummer, This Flat Earth, and Fun Home.
It simply isn’t possible to cancel so many performances without creating lasting hardships for our company, our staff, and our artists. We are grateful for the kindness, support, and generosity you’ve shown during this difficult time.
As of now, we intend to resume operations with A Christmas Carol in November. In order to ensure the health and safety of our patrons and artists, we will be implementing changes that will affect programming and seating for the 2021 season.
These are uncharted waters, but we hope that together, as a community, we will overcome the challenges of this time. The simple act of gathering together in a theatre space – what we call Real. Live. Theatre. – can not be equaled, but please stay tuned for artistic offerings and events in the meantime. Currently, we’re planning:
- July: Virtual Miscast!
- September: Virtual/Live 2021 Season Announcement
- November-December: A Christmas Carol (live onstage or streamed live to your living room)
If you hold tickets for any of the canceled shows, or if you would like information on how you can help, please refer to the links below. With your support, we will continue to invigorate and empower, we will continue to be a safe and exciting gathering place, and we will continue Real. Live. Theatre.
All my best,