The safety of our patrons, staff, and performers is our highest priority in determining when we can reopen. We are working with and following guidelines from the CDC, KC Health Department, and Actors’ Equity Association to develop plans and procedures to ensure everyone’s health is protected.
Here are some FAQ’s regarding our response to COVID-19:
What happens to my tickets for the canceled shows this past spring?
We haven’t canceled those shows. We’re just in “intermission”. Once it is safe to resume operations, we will remount BROADWAY THROUGH THE DECADES (our show that was interrupted this past March), then present SONGS FROM THE SILVER SCREEN followed by KANSAS CITY HERE I COME, the remaining shows in our 2019-2020 Season. Once we have a schedule for these shows, we will notify you of your new dates.
What happens to my season tickets for the 2020-2021 Season?
We will produce the six shows announced for our 2020-2021 Season after we produce the three shows referenced above. Once we have a schedule for these shows, we will notify you of your new dates.
Can you do shows online?
We ARE! We are offering short, FREE, virtual cabarets online. “Tonight At The Q” is hosted by Kent from our lobby, and each webisode features one guest soloist – socially distanced, of course. Visit us on Facebook to watch!
Will Kent be performing his one-man show?
Not in July, but we will reschedule as soon as we can. If you have tickets for this performance, you will be notified of the new dates as soon as they are available.
How can I help?
Although there isn’t a show running now, we are still paying our staff, utilities, insurance, etc. so that we can resume operations when it is safe. As a non-profit organization we rely on donors and grantors. Please consider joining our monthly giving campaign to help us weather this difficult time. Click HERE to donate.
Please continue to check back for more updates as they become available.