Health & Safety
A Message About COVID-19
After careful consideration, and a desire to ensure the health and safety of everyone who engages with the Guthrie, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all remaining performances of Twelfth Night and The Bacchae and the upcoming performances of CENTERPLAY.
At this time, we expect performances of Emma (April 11 – May 31) to go on as scheduled, and we will continue to reevaluate that decision as more information about COVID-19 develops. As stated in our previous communications, our internal task force is monitoring the situation with care and will continue to follow the recommendations of key health organizations.
We deeply value your commitment to the Guthrie, and we will accommodate all patrons to the best of our ability as we manage the ticketing logistics. If you have tickets to an upcoming performance of Twelfth Night, The Bacchae or CENTERPLAY, you may:
- Donate your tickets
- Exchange your tickets to another performance
- Hold the value of your tickets on your account for future use
- Receive a refund
As a nonprofit arts organization, the Guthrie relies heavily on the support of donors, subscribers and single ticket buyers. If you are able to exchange or donate your tickets rather than request a refund, it would help sustain the Guthrie during this uncertain time.
In the coming weeks, please contact the Box Office at 612.377.2224 or email@example.com with your preferred ticketing option. We will be fully staffed to care for your ticketing needs, and we are grateful for your patience and understanding as we work through this process.
Although we won’t be gathering together in the near future, we remain together in spirit. May you be well in the weeks ahead, and we look forward to seeing you at the Guthrie again soon.
As of March 15, 2020.