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The health and safety of our audience, staff, and artists is of the utmost importance to us. In light of recommendations concerning social distancing and COVID-19, we have decided to cancel performances of Roe; Every Brilliant Thing; Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch; and The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show and postpone camps and classes through May 1. These cancellations are effective beginning Friday, March 13 with the 7:30 p.m. performance of Every Brilliant Thing. Canceling performances and education programs is an extremely difficult decision to make, but it is the responsible thing to do in order to best protect our community.
It is impossible to make these cancellations without creating serious and lasting hardships for our organization, staff, teachers and artists. We ask for your patience and support during this incredibly challenging time and want to provide you with a few options as we move forward.
We are working on a way to bring these theatre experiences to you without risking your health and safety, so please hold on to your tickets pending further information.
If none of these options fit your needs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate you.
We are still taking orders for the remaining shows in our current season, subscriptions for our 2020–21 Season, and Summer Camps. If we end up needing to cancel any future performances, we will continue to offer exchanges with waived fees.
ZACH Theatre is a not-for-profit organization. This difficult situation is creating challenges in all areas of our economy, but if you are able to give a donation today, there is no better time for your added support in the form of a purchase or donation. Even the smallest donation will make an impact! Your support is critical right now as we do our best to support our artists, educators, and staff.
Our hearts go out to all those in our own community and around the world who are being impacted by this epidemic.