BEAT THE COVID-19 BLUES! Titusville Playhouse Offering ‘Something Rotten’ as Streamed Event
By Steven J. Heron, Titusville Playhouse Executive Artistic Director // March 21, 2020
Titusville Playhouse working to offer as much of this season's activities as possible
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – As you may know, government officials and safety and health experts are now recommending that events of 50 people or more be suspended for eight weeks in order to manage the transmission of COVID-19 virus.
As a non-profit community theatre, our primary concern is always for our audience, volunteers, cast and staff.
Knowing that a large percentage of our community is vulnerable to this virus, we are adopting the most aggressive response to our civic leaders’ recommendations.
Effective immediately, Titusville Playhouse will cease performances and education classes until further notice.
We are working to offer as much of this season’s activities as possible.
Here are the current details:
• The last weekend of “Something Rotten” is being offered as a streamed event for you to enjoy in the comfort of your home. We have gotten permission to do this. If you have tickets for this weekend you will be sent a password and code on Friday to watch Something Rotten.
You will have until Sunday evening at 10 p.m. to view the show as many times as you would like. If you would like to see Something Rotten again there are a limited number of seats for viewing still left.
You can purchase the streaming of the show by visiting TitusvillePlayhouse.com or call the box office at 321-268-1125.
• Titanic is being postponed and moving dates at the moment, but your current tickets will be moved and still valid for the upcoming dates when we reschedule the performance after this crisis.
• Bright Star is being postponed and moving dates at the moment, but your current tickets will be moved and still valid for the upcoming dates when we reschedule the performance after this crisis.
• When dates for Titanic and Bright Star are confirmed we will address changes and account credits at that time. We anticipate resuming production in late April or early May. Everything depends on the situation we are currently in.
• The Summer Education classes are still being planned and will be announced soon.
Season Tickets for 2020-2021 are still being renewed and the new season is still scheduled to begin in August. CLICK HERE for your renewal or to purchase your new Season Ticket at 321-268-1125.
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