Thank you for all the support and kind words you’ve shown as we respond daily to new updates about our ongoing public health emergency. Our thoughts and well-wishes are with those who are ill.
Due to guidance from Governor Baker and the Center for Disease Control, Fabulation or, the Re-Education of Undine and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder have been postponed. If you have questions about your tickets to Fabulation or Gentleman’s Guide, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page or contact the Box Office.
Our Box Office is operating remotely as we continue to respond to the ongoing crisis. Our staff will be available by phone (617-585-5678) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to help you.
We have submitted a health safety plan to the City of Boston and are waiting for approval as we prepare to welcome you back when it is safely possible.
We continue to be humbled and grateful for your patience and your emotional and financial support. This crisis has been far from easy for anyone. Everyone reading this, know that you’re keeping us going.
To say the least, these are unusual times, and we’ve appreciated every conversation we’ve had in person, on the phone, and by email. A number of you have elected to make donations to the theatre rather than accept refunds for your unused tickets, and for this, we are eternally grateful
You have given us support and let us know your concerns. Please continue to do both! We need it all.
Be well, and we’ll see you soon.
“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.'”
The City of Boston has established an Artist Relief Fund and is encouraging individual artists who live in Boston whose creative practices and incomes are being adversely impacted by coronavirus to apply.
Playwrights Horizons has compiled a list of resources for artists and freelancers, including employment opportunities and emergency and assistance fund.
A group of national arts grantmakers have come together to create Artist Relief, which is distributing $5,000 grants to artists, serving as an ongoing informational resource, and co-launching the COVID-19 Impact Survey for Artists and Creative Workers.