The new safety guidelines have doors opening earlier than usual and signs
in the lobby reminding people to stay 6 feet apart.
with disinfectant, including door handles, seats and tables.
The staff received enhanced safety training.
“People have to feel safe before they’ll come to a show,”
Engle said, adding that once people are vaccinated against
COVID-19 there may well be an increase in show attendance.
In the meantime, still facing the unknown, the theater has
pared down its spring shows and postponed many to this fall
and to winter 2022.
Audiences will be delighted this spring to see some old
favorites including ABBA Mania in February and One Night
of Queen in May — always a sellout. Others include a Led
Zeppelin tribute, Bee Gees tribute, Bruce in the USA and a
tribute to Elton John.
Because the box office is closed, theater-goes have to either call 467.4128
or go to email@example.com to purchase tickets.