I hope you are doing well and are able to enjoy some quality time with your families during this difficult time.
Our board of directors and staff have been closely monitoring the situation in regard to the Coronavirus (COVID19) and have begun to make plans for how our upcoming summer season will proceed. We feel strongly that Gateway will have a vital role to play in bringing joy back to our community, and return some normalcy to our lives.
With that in mind and to allow a little more space before our season begins, we have decided to postpone some of our upcoming concerts and delay our summer season opening 4-weeks.
Here are the dates:
Best of the Eagles -- May 30
Live and Let Die -- July 20, 21
Yellow Brick Road -- August 23
A Brothers Revival -- August 24
Evita -- June 3 – June 20
Next to Normal -- June 24 – July 11
Matilda -- July 15 – August 1
A Gentleman’s Guide -- August 5 – August 22
Newsies -- August 26 – September 12
For our season ticket holders, please click here to view the updated dates for your package . We will be sending you an updated set of tickets as soon as we can. Please give us a little extra time. We are working remotely with limited staff.
- All Internet and handling fees are waived until further notice.
- For all tickets purchased prior to June 3rd, we will offer free exchange privileges all summer.
- If a show or performance cancels due to a government guideline, we will offer a gift certificate, ticket exchange, refund, or a tax-deductible donation.
Walk up sales have been suspended, but our phones are open. We ask for your patience as we work to accommodate your ticketing questions. Since we have now eliminated on-site staff, you can call or email your contact info to us at email@example.com and let us know if you would like a call back or an email reply.
If you have tickets and are unable to make it to a performance, I hope you will consider converting your ticket purchase to a donation. This would support Gateway’s future in this very uncertain and unsettling time. Our not-for-profit mission to produce world-class theatre and educational programming, nurture inclusion, and provide access for all is vital. Canceling and rescheduling performances causes severe financial strain to our staff and artists; your contribution means more now than ever.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate these uncharted waters.
Sincerely Paul Allan
Executive Artistic Director