"Walrus" Postponed Due to COVID-19 Restrictions
In December, we read Walrus.
In January, we cast Walrus.
In April, we were to perform Walrus.
Unfortunately, due to the rapid spread of COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the performances of Walrus set to open in April of 2020.
The actors, cast, and crew have all put in so much work to prepare the best show possible for the audience, it doesn't seem right to pencil it into the calendar when we aren't sure if we will even be able to perform it in two weeks.
At present, restaurants, bars, and clubs have all been closed indefinitely. Gatherings of more than 10 people are recommended against and mostly prohibited from public spaces. Our theater holds quite a bit more than 10... and the current restrictions may not even allow for the entire cast to gather in the theater for the show! It wouldn't be the same without any of them.
So with that in mind, we will be postponing the production of "Walrus: A Beatles Sing-Along." But, hey, Jude, don't be afraid. Instead, the show will open Friday, October 9th! So keep your voices ready for the sing-along mystery of the fall!
In the meantime, we're pleased to present, In Contrast: A Festival of 10-Minute Plays, set to open Friday, June 19th! Can't wait to see you!