Event Updates & COVID-19 Info Center | Algonquin Arts Theatre
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Event Updates & COVID-19 Info Center

Thank you to all of our patrons for your patience and understanding as we work through this unique and challenging situation.

We are still in the process of evaluating and seeking alternatives for programs scheduled through mid-May. As additional changes are confirmed, we will update this page accordingly.

All tickets will be honored on the rescheduled date. We will contact ticket holders via email and/or phone regarding specific rescheduled events. Please bear with us - we may need several weeks before all details are in place and we can move forward with this process.

If you have additional questions, our Box Office is currently open for phone calls at 732-528-9211 from 11 am - 4 pm weekdays. We are closed to walk-in customers.

Please take a moment to login to My Account to confirm the most up to date email address and phone number. Please update contact preference to 'YES' so that we may send you important email updates. We will also post notifications on the event pages of our website, on our Facebook page and update the voice recording in the Box Office.

Impacted Events

Tickets for a postponed event will be honored on the new date.

March 13: BORN (Brian Kirk & the Jirks)
Status: Postponed. New Date TBD. Event page.

March 14: Anthony Rodia
Status: Postponed. New Date: 6/28. See event page for details.

March 15: A Day at the Races
Status: Postponed. New Date TBD. Event page.

March 18: Lifelong Learning Lecture: Frank Loesser
Status: Canceled. Contact Box Office for options.

March 27-April 5: How to Succeed in Business ...
Status: Postponed. Confirmed for August 2020. See event page for details.

Monday, March 30: Harlan Coben
Status: Postponed. Awaiting new date. See event page for details.

April 2: Chicken Dance (Education Series)
Status: Canceled

April 14: Lifelong Learning Lecture: Music with the Maestro
Status: Canceled. Contact Box Office for options.

April 18 & 19: La Traviata
Status: Postponed. Confirmed for May 1 & 2, 2021. See event page for details.

April 20: The Giver
Status: Postponed. New Date: June 8. Event page.

May 2-17: Hello, Dolly!
Status: Postponed. Confirmed for September 2020. See new dates on the event page.

May 6: Lifelong Learning Lecture: Choreography 101 to 105, 6, 7, 8
Status: Canceled. Contact Box Office for options.

May 21: Biscuit (Education Series)
Status: Canceled

May 28: The Scarlet Letter (Education Series)
Status: Canceled

August 7-15: Green Day's American Idiot
Status: Postponed. Confirmed for August 6-14, 2021. See new dates on the event page.

Performing Arts Academy Spring Classes
Status: Classes are suspended. Teaching artists may reach out for e-learning options. Contact our Education Director for more information.

Visit the individual event pages for details on each event. Updates will continue to be posted as they become available.

How You Can Help

The current circumstance puts incredible financial strain on many businesses, and ours is no different. Consider Membership as a way to help us continue bringing affordable entertainment and arts education to our community. (Now is a great time to join to take advantage of presales for our 2020-2021 season!).

The health & safety of our community is important to us.

We are closely following guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as local and state officials, to safeguard your health and safety as it relates to COVID-19/Coronavirus.

This includes increasing the frequency of cleaning of high traffic areas and frequently-touched surfaces throughout our facility.

We remind our patrons to always practice the following preventative actions:

  • If you are sick or experiencing exhibiting symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath, we encourage you to stay home.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

If you need to miss a performance due to illness, please contact our Box Office prior to your scheduled show at 732-528-9211 or [email protected] during normal operating hours (11-4 pm weekdays, 11-2 pm Saturday, 1 hour before curtain) to discuss options.