Landmark suspends all activities and events

Landmark suspends all activities and events
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Landmark Community Theatre and the Thomaston Opera House are suspending all activities and events until further notice following Governor Lamont and the Center for Disease Control recommendations to limit social contact. Once we are able to resume our programming, we will be going forward with our 2020 season, our next production being Kinky Boots which is slated to open May 2. However the start dates for that production and other events may be pushed back due to the lost time.

Please know that we have taken extreme measures to create a safe environment and will continue to do so as time progresses. We have increased our disinfection practices in our theatre and public spaces and have been wiping down all surfaces (including spraying seat cushions, seat armrests, railings, door handles, sink faucets, etc.) with disinfectant several times daily. We are following the guidelines from the CDC and the Connecticut Health Department as we all stay informed about the current situation on Covid-19. We encourage everyone to follow the guidelines from the CDC, which are available online via: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

If you have purchased tickets for "Of Mice and Men" and were not able to attend please contact our Box Office, 860-283-6250. We are asking for those that can to return those tickets for a credit on your account to be used towards a future purchase or for a tax-deductible donation to the theater. 

Thank you for your continued support and understanding during this difficult time! If you have any further questions, please contact Executive Director, Jeffrey Dunn, admin@landmarkcommunitytheatre.org

 



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