Last updated August 21, 2020
All of us at Broadway Rose Theatre are hoping that you are safe and healthy as we continue to live through COVID-19 and its effects on our community and the world. Like all of you, we are anxious to get back to the theatre and a more normal routine. In Oregon’s reopening plan, theaters remain a prohibited activity until we reach Phase 2, and even then, seating will be extremely limited to maintain social distancing. Consequently, we have decided to postpone the remainder of our 2020 season until next year.
Ticket holders do not need to take any action. Click on the show logos above to view the new performance dates. Your seats will remain the same and we will mail new tickets to you in January.
Because we do not know when we will be able to safely welcome back audiences into the theatre, we will not be announcing a full 2021 season of shows. Instead, we will be producing shows on an individual basis until the time we can resume at full capacity. (Current Reserved Series season ticket holders will retain priority for renewing their seats for the 2022 season.)
Since halting productions in March, we’ve been exploring other ways to keep musical theatre alive at Broadway Rose, such as our weekly Midday Cabaret livestreams, dance and vocal classes for teens, and a video series reuniting past casts to perform a song. We are continuing to explore new avenues to bring musical theatre to you, wherever you are.
As always, thank you for your support and understanding as we navigate this challenging situation. We wish you and your loved ones health and safety. Until we see you again in person, your seat will be waiting for you.
If I currently have tickets and am unable to attend a rescheduled performance, what are my options?
We will be happy to exchange your tickets for another performance. We’ll send you ticket exchange instructions when we mail your new tickets in January.
Are tickets refundable?
While tickets are not refundable you can gift your tickets to a friend, request a credit to be used for future purchases, or donate the tickets to the theater for a tax-deductible donation.
I had tickets to a show earlier this year that was canceled. What are my options?
You can donate the value of your tickets back to Broadway Rose (a tax-deductible gift that will help sustain us through these uncertain times), request a credit to be used for future purchases (including single tickets and season tickets), or contact the box office at 503.620.5262 to discuss options.
If I donate my tickets back, where does my donation go?
Your donation will help fund our immediate operating expenses, including payroll. Ticket sales account for the majority of income for Broadway Rose and canceling productions is a significant loss in our budget. If you are in a position to do so, please consider supporting Broadway Rose in this way. Broadway Rose is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and your gift is tax-deductible.
How can I help?
Thank you for asking. This is an incredibly difficult time for many. If you are able to help during this time, please consider making a donation to Broadway Rose Theatre’s operating fund by clicking here. Another great way to support us is with a gift certificate, which you can purchase in any amount here.
If I have additional questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.620.5260 Monday – Friday, noon to 5:00 p.m.