COVID-19 & Public Health Update
A Message to our Patrons
All of us at CTC hope you and your family are staying healthy and safe during this time. Due to CDC guidelines, we have decided to postpone the production of the beloved musical Annie. We are exploring options for bringing Annie to the stage as soon as we can and look forward to sharing more details about the run in the coming weeks. We encourage current ticketholders to leave their tickets as-is until new dates are announced.
In addition, we are canceling our Theatre Arts Training spring classes and in-person summer camps. If your child is registered for a class or in-person camp, our education team will be in touch soon to discuss options.
Ticketholders of cancelled performances of The Rainbow Fish and Spamtown, USA have the following options:
- Place the value of your tickets on account as a credit at CTC for future use – no action is needed for this option.
- Apply the value of your tickets to a subscription for our 2020-2021 season – call our ticket office for this option!
- Donate the value of your tickets to support CTC’s mission – use the form below.
The Ticket Office is closed for any in-person visits, and staff are currently working remotely. For assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612.874.0400.
As a non-profit theatre dedicated to children and families, CTC relies on the generosity of donors, subscribers, and single ticket buyers, especially in times like these. If you are able to donate your tickets, we would be most grateful, as your gift will help us come back when this crisis subsides to continue our mission of using theatre to educate, challenge, and inspire young people.
Thank you for your support of Children’s Theatre Company as your friendship means so much to us. Please take good care of yourself and your family. We look forward to welcoming you back to Children’s Theatre Company soon.
Peter C. Brosius