Lutcher Theater closed until further notice due to coronavirus

Published 4:00 pm Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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To The Leader
The Lutcher Theater for the Performing Arts is closed until further notice and has temporarily suspended all public performances and events beginning today, March 17, 2020 through April 30, 2020, in compliance with orders and recommendations regarding the coronavirus and social gatherings declared by the Center for Disease Control and federal, state and local governments.
The impacted events are:
Beautiful – The Carole King Musical – March 19th
Peter Rabbit Tales – March 25th (Lutcher Incredible Kids Event)
Fiddler on the Roof – March 30th
Viva Momix – April 5th
Service League Follies – April 17th
Diary of a Wombat – April 27th (Lutcher Incredible Kids Event)
Rent – April 30th
The Lutcher Team is working with agents and producers attempting to reschedule events. As soon as “show-specific” information is available, the Box Office will contact ticket holders for each show. If deemed safe to gather, and performances are rescheduled, tickets for shows will be transferable for the new dates. If the Lutcher is unable to reschedule a performance, or if patrons are unable to attend on the new dates, refunds will be available.
Because so much of this information is still unknown, and because rescheduling involves decisions by several parties at various levels, refunds will not be processed until final decisions are made for the remainder of the season.
The Lutcher Theater Team is working diligently to resolve these matters and will be in touch with patrons via email or phone call as soon as plans are finalized. Questions can be directed to or by leaving a voicemail at 409.886.5535; messages will be checked regularly.
“We appreciate your patience as we navigate uncharted waters. We understand that the cancellation of events brings disappointments and frustrations, however the health and safety of our patrons, volunteers, employees and community are our top priorities and no decisions have been, or will be made lightly,” offers Lynae Sanford, Managing Director of the Lutcher Theater.