As with other venues and theatres around the country, the Ivoryton Playhouse is dealing with one show that is postponed, two that are cancelled, a cancelled fundraiser and two rescheduled special events. While our box office staff has been very busy making calls and trying to work with subscribers, we thank you for your patience as we work through the list.

To clarify:

FORBIDDEN BROADWAY COMES TO IVORYTON
scheduled for March 18 – April 5th has been postponed and will be on stage stage starting
May 27th – June 14th.

THE GREAT GATSBY
scheduled for April 22nd – May 10th has been cancelled.

NATIVE GARDENS
scheduled for May 27th – June 14th has been cancelled.

So what are your options?

** If you have tickets to FORBIDDEN BROADWAY COMES TO IVORYTON you can switch your tickets free of charge and come to see the show between May 27th – June 14th

** If you have tickets to NATIVE GARDENS, you can keep same seats, same day, same time but the performance will be FORBIDDEN BROADWAY COMES TO IVORYTON instead of NATIVE GARDENS

If you have tickets to THE GREAT GATSBY or NATIVE GARDENS you have other options as well:

** You can move your tickets into another show in our 2020 season

** You can move your tickets to come and see a one-night-only cabaret performance (either Simon and Garfunkel Songbook featuring Aztec Two-Step on Monday, July 20th or Jacqueline Petroccia – star of Always….Patsy Cline performing her Champagne and Moonshine cabaret on Monday, August 10th)

** If none of these options work for you, you can perform an incredible act of kindness and donate your tickets back to Ivoryton Playhouse. This would be most generous to help the theatre recover from the significant financial losses we are suffering because of this crisis

If a refund is the only option for you, please know that refunds will be made by check only and, because of recent staff layoffs, may take several weeks to process

We know the world is crazy right now and we know everyone is concerned. We are concerned, too. Concerned that our patrons remain safe, and well and keep looking forward to coming back to the Ivoryton Playhouse soon. In the meantime, thank you for your patience as we deal with ticket issues and thank you for your belief that stage lights will soon burn brightly again at Ivoryton Playhouse.

Gosh, imagine the fun we’ll have!!

We will call you about ticket issues but if you want to contact
Sue McCann, Box Office Manager, please telephone 860.767.9520 x 203.

 

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