Tag: Coronavirus

  • Dear Members and Patrons

    Dear Members and Patrons

    I want to update you on the status of the Art Center as we deal with the Coronavirus pandemic. As you know, out of an abundance of caution and in compliance with recommendations of public health officials, we canceled the last two plays of the season and the summer musical. This decision had a financial […]

  • Update on the Schedule of Art Center Theatre Performances

    April 3, 2020 Dear Art Center Theatre patron, I want to give you an update on the schedule of Art Center Theatre performances. In March, we responded to the then-current guidance from health officials by postponing the play scheduled to open March 20 and rescheduling it to open May 1. The play that had originally […]

  • Dear Ticket Holders and Patrons of the Art Center of Citrus County

    We are all going through challenging times and face an uncertainty of what lies ahead.  All performances of “Will You Still Love Me in The Morning” have been postponed. I want to thank everyone for their patience while we try to contact ticket holders. If you have not heard from us, we ask that you […]

  • Art Center Letter to Patrons

    March 17, 2020 Dear Art Center Theatre patron, I want to communicate directly with you about issues that are confronting our theater and the Art Center overall. As you know, the coronavirus threat has led to widespread cancellations and closings, from amusement parks to professional theater and athletic events. Because this is a changing situation, […]

  • Postponement of Activities at the Art Center

    Out of an abundance of caution and to protect our patrons and volunteers, the Art Center and the Chamber of Commerce have agreed to postpone the mixer scheduled for March 19. We are also postponing opening “Will You Still Love Me in the Morning” which was scheduled to open March 20 for a three weekend […]

  • Corona Virus Announcement

    Dear Art Center Patrons and Volunteers, March 12, 2020 We are taking the threat of the Coronavirus seriously. As the  COVID-19 virus situation continues to evolve, we know it is on the minds of our patrons and volunteers and we are following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as state […]