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An Update Regarding COVID-19 | March 17

Children’s Theatre Company’s highest priority is the health and safety of young people, our patrons, our staff and our community. In an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, we are canceling all performances and education programs beginning immediately through Sunday, April 5. This includes our current productions of Spamtown, USA and The Rainbow Fish.

The Ticket Office is closed for any in-person visits, and staff are currently working remotely. For assistance, please email or call 612.874.0400.

To ensure the highest levels of customer service, our ticket office will be directly in touch with all patrons who have tickets to canceled performances and they will have a variety of options:

  • Place the value of your tickets on account as a credit at CTC for future use
  • Exchange your tickets to a performance of Annie
  • Donate the value of your tickets to support CTC’s mission
  • Place the value of your tickets on a gift certificate

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.  We hope you will consider keeping the value of your tickets on account or exchanging for another performance as we believe in the power of live theatre experiences to educate, challenge, and inspire young people. Please feel free to submit your preference online via the form below.

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.


Kimberly Motes
Managing Director

Peter C. Brosius
Artistic Director


  • Please complete this form to help our Ticket Office staff, or call us during business hours at 612.874.0400.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • To locate your order number, please refer to your original purchase confirmation.
    To exchange your tickets to a performance of 'Annie', running April 19 through June 21, please email or call 612.874.0400.