A MESSAGE FROM SCARBOROUGH PLAYERS

Along with the Government of Ontario announcement with the return to Step 2 restrictions in this battle against COVID 19, the Board of Directors of Scarborough Players has made the difficult decision to postpone our March 2022 production of Educating Rita to our June timeslot.

The new performance dates will be June 3 to June 18, 2022.

It is important to Scarborough Players that everyone participating in or attending our productions can enjoy their experience in a healthy and safe environment. At first, March seemed far enough away to be a safe time. Then considering the ever-increasing cases of Covid-19 brought about by the Omicron variant, we felt postponing the production would be the best course of action at this time.

We sincerely regret any disappointment or difficulty this may cause.

Tickets for the March performances will be automatically moved to the corresponding performance in June. For example, if your tickets are for the opening night performance on Friday, March 11 you will automatically have the same seats for the opening night performance on Friday, June 3 and may use the ticket(s) that you already have. If you are unable to attend on the new night, you can exchange your tickets for a different performance or request a refund by contacting the box office at 416-267-9292 or via email at boxoffice@theatrescarborough.com.

Storm Warning by Norm Foster will be rescheduled to a later date as yet to be determined.

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre again in person this June.

On behalf of the Board of Scarborough Players,

Katherine Turner, President

 

 

 

A MESSAGE FROM SCARBOROUGH MUSIC THEATRE

The Board of Directors of Scarborough Music Theatre wish to announce that we have decided to postpone our February production of “The Fantasticks” to May.

The new performance dates will be May 5 to May 21, 2022.

It is important to SMT that everyone participating in or attending our productions can enjoy their experience in a healthy and safe environment. Considering the recent increase in cases of Covid-19 brought about by the Omicron variant, we felt this would be the best course of action at this time.

We sincerely regret any disappointment or difficulty this may cause.

Tickets for the February performances will be automatically moved to the corresponding performance in May. For example, if your tickets are for the preview performance on Thursday, February 10 you will automatically have the same seats for the preview performance on Thursday, May 5 and may use the ticket(s) that you already have. If you are unable to attend on the new night, you can exchange your tickets for a different performance or request a refund by contacting the box office at 416-267-9292 or via email at boxoffice@theatrescarborough.com.

You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown will be rescheduled to a later date as yet to be determined.

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre again in person this May.

On behalf of the Board

Dot Routledge, President

 

 

A MESSAGE FROM SCARBOROUGH THEATRE GUILD

The Board of Directors of Scarborough Theatre Guild wish to announce that on December 30, 2021, we reached the difficult decision to postpone our production of “A Red Plaid Shirt”, by Michael G. Wilmot, to our upcoming April time slot.  The performance dates will be from Friday, April 8 through to Saturday April 23.

This decision was made in light of the sharply mounting cases of Covid-19 caused by the Omicron variant, and the increased transmissibility of this variant.

Our highest priority is the health and safety of every cast, crew, front of house and audience member.  We have taken great measures to maintain safety throughout the rehearsal process.  As part of this commitment, we felt that this step was necessary to uphold this track record and provide peace of mind to everyone.

Scarborough Theatre Guild wishes to apologize for the disappointment and any inconvenience this may cause.

We look forward to seeing you in April.

On behalf of the Board

Len Henderson, President

 Please Note: Tickets for January performances will be automatically moved to the corresponding performance in April. For example, if your tickets are for the performance on Friday, January 14 you will automatically have the same seats for the performance on Friday, April 8 and may use the tickets that you already have. If you are unable to attend on the new night you can exchange your tickets for a different performance or request a refund.

 

OUR PLAN TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE

When we initially discovered there was a possibility of the theatre reopening, we knew that the first thing on your mind would be your safety. We had the same concerns. So all our groups coordinated to create a Covid safety-conscious setting for our audiences, cast, crew, and volunteers to give you the confidence to return.
The guidelines for this will include:

For more information on COVID protocols and how your experience at the theatre will be changing click here.

To book your tickets for any of our wonderful forthcoming productions, please click here.

We want to thank you for your enduring support, enthusiasm and energy. The anticipation to perform with and for you all is building, and we hope to see you very soon.

 

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