Corona Virus Update

Update on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 21, 2020

If you have tickets to the canceled production of Ripcord you may request to convert tickets to a donation or request a refund or ticket credit by using the Request for Refund, Credit, or Ticket Donation Form.

Tickets to the postponded productions of Murder Room or Beanie & the Bamboozling Book Machine will be valid for the new dates once scheduled. We are unable to process exchanges until we have confirmed the new dates for rescheduled performances. You may also request a refund, ticket credit or convert your tickets to a donation using the Request for Refund, Credit, or Ticket Donation Form.

Please allow up to 3 weeks for refunds to be processed.

The Community Theatre COVID-19 Task Force will continue to monitor the situation since recommendations and mandates change daily. As we navigate these uncharted waters, please be flexible as we work through the many processes required to reschedule shows, and issue refunds and exchanges.

March 17, 2020

Community Theatre of Terre Haute continues to monitor the public health situation surrounding novel coronavirus (COVID-19). CTTH has convened a COVID-19 task force that will monitor the situation and make recommendations to the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee.

Last night, the Executive Committee voted, on the task force’s recommendation, to close Community Theatre to public performances until May 11, 2020. This follows the recommendations of the CDC and the mandates from Governor Eric Holcomb. At this time, rehearsals will be permitted to continue on a limited basis.

Our productions of Murder Room and Beanie and the Bamboozling Book Machine will be postponed to dates in May and June. We are working with the cast and crew of each production to find dates for rescheduled performances. Our production of Ripcord is canceled. We hope to present Ripcord in a future season.

This time is unprecedented in many ways. We are unaware of any time in Community Theatre’s 93-year history that an entire production had to be canceled. As we navigate these uncharted waters, please give us time and be flexible as we work through the many processes required to issue refunds and exchanges. More information regarding refunds, exchanges, and ticket donations will be available on our website in the coming days and weeks.
This national emergency has affected arts organizations severely. Across the country, theatres, symphony halls, and art galleries are sitting empty. We encourage you to consider donating the cost of any canceled tickets back to arts organizations in the area. This small gesture can go a long way for arts organizations that have been impacted by this crisis.

Community Theatre, along with our partner arts organizations across the Wabash Valley, will continue our mission to provide excellent arts programs to the community. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

Please continue to follow our website and Facebook page for further updates.

Community Theatre of Terre Haute Board of Directors