In adherence with COVID-19 mitigation measures, all SLO REP performances are cancelled through March 26th. Details below.
Early Thursday morning, March 12th, Governor Gavin Newsom and California public health officials issued an updated policy on gatherings to protect public health and slow the spread of COVID-19. This proactive policy requires that all small gatherings (under 250 people) must implement social distancing of 6 feet per person.
Our first priority at SLO REP is, of course, to adhere to these measures outlined by our public officials to ensure the safety of our patrons, artists, staff, and the general public.
Unfortunately, this means that all performances and events scheduled at SLO REP through March 26 are cancelled or postponed. This includes:
· The Designated Mourner: March 13-14, 2020 — CANCELED
· Champagne Brunch (Major Donors): Sunday, March 15 — POSTPONED TBD
· The Velveteen Rabbit: March 20-March 21, 2020 — POSTPONED TBD
ACT classes will proceed as planned (classes have less than 10 students). ACT students and families will receive a separate notification with more details.
As of today, we are planning on opening our season production of Every Brilliant Thing as scheduled on Friday, March 27. We will provide an update if that changes.
For more information about cancellations, refunds and future plans, along with links to helpful COVID-19 resources, please click HERE. This page on our website will be updated as needed in the days and weeks ahead.
Please contact Communications Director Patty Thayer with any questions or concerns at email@example.com or call (805) 781-3889, ext. 15.