Tacoma theaters issue performance updates

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Tacoma Little Theater

A message from Chris Serface, Managing Artistic Director

It is with a heavy heart that Tacoma Little Theatre is cancelling our shows through April 23. Based upon recommendations from the government, regional sources, and our board of directors, it is in the best interest for the health and safety of patrons, artists, staff, volunteers, students, and all who come through our doors, that all public performances and classes will be cancelled.

If you had purchased a ticket to “A Chorus Line,” you will be contacted by the box office staff within the next few days. We will offer you the following ticketing options:

  • A voucher to be used for any mainstage production through June of 2021
  • You may generously choose to offer your ticket expense as a tax-deductible donation to TLT
  • One bright light in our day is that we are actively working with our production team to see if we can remount “A Chorus Line” after this crisis has passed. 

If you were enrolled in classes or spring break camp, you will be contacted by our Education Director within the next few days. 

A few items to consider:

  • We are responding to requests as quickly as we are able. We are working on them one-by-one to ensure that no one is missed. If you are not contacted by the date that your tickets are scheduled, DO NOT WORRY, we will be contacting you. 
  • Please do not call the box office if you have not heard from us, we are working through thousands of patron’s information, and it is likely that yours is already in the process of being completed. 
  • Please watch your email closely, as it is the best and quickest way for us to communicate with you

We deeply appreciate your patience, kindness, and support as we all learn how to work through this unprecedented situation. The support of our patrons is tantamount to our ability to continue to bring you the highest quality theatrical experience possible. We look forward to seeing you back through the doors of TLT in the near future. Stay healthy. 

Tacoma Musical Playhouse

A message from Jon Douglas Rake, Managing Artistic Director

It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to cancel the run of our show “A Gentleman’s Guide To Love and Murder.” Thank you for all your support of Tacoma Musical Playhouse. We are in a crazy situation, and I want everyone to be safe. We are not going to be tearing down the set just in case we can remount the production in the near future. Be well, and stay safe.
 
Lakewood Playhouse

Our current production of “The Wolves” had its final performance on March 15. Audience sizes have allowed us to practice “social distancing” through this final performance, but the Lakewood Playhouse does not feel we would be able to do so beyond this performance.
If you have tickets for the final weekend of “Wolves,” we ask that you consider not asking for a refund, but consider it as a donation to the theatre. We will also be offering an exchange of your ticket for a future performance this season of
either “Murder on the Nile” or “Ragtime: The Musical.” 

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