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To Our Valued Patrons:

We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 virus pandemic response by the Center for Disease Control, the World Health Network, and Governor Tom Wolf’s office. In response to the Governor’s announcement yesterday afternoon, and our desire to keep our patrons safe, the Barrow-Civic Theatre has gone dark through April 30, 2020.

We are still working with booking agents and production staff to reschedule our events. After all the details are finalized, we will announce the new performance dates. We sincerely appreciate your patience as we work through this uncharted territory together.

If you currently have tickets to a show that has been postponed, we are asking you to wait until the new show dates have been announced before you contact us. Once you determine if you are able to attend the performance on the new date, we will happily exchange your current ticket. If you are no longer able to come to that show, we will exchange your ticket for another performance, or exchange it for a charitable donation to the theatre. If needed, we will process a refund.

The Barrow-Civic Theatre sincerely appreciates your patience. This situation is new for all of us, and the safety of our staff, volunteers, and patrons is paramount.

Wishing you safety and good health!

Best wishes,
Zachary Covington
Executive Director

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