A Message to our Community

Susan Ferley
Artistic Director

Erin Pierce

Erin Peirce
Managing Director

December 24th, 2020

The Capitol Theatre continues to place the highest priority on the health and safety of our cherished Capitol family – artists, volunteers, staff, and patrons.

Today, December 24th, 2020 @ 4pm, the Capitol staff will be packing up their desks to hunker down and cozy up in their bubbles for the holiday season. On Monday, January 4th, staff will be returning to work remotely from their homes. The box office and theatre will remain closed to the public returning in the new year on January 24th or until such time it is deemed safe to reopen.

We are so very grateful to those who have supported the Capitol Theatre throughout this difficult year. The past couple of months have been an absolute pleasure, inviting you into the theatre once again to enjoy the celebrations surrounding Capitol Christmas. Thank you for joining us on that journey. We also want to thank all of you who have taken the time to reach out offering genuine words of encouragement and support. This means the world to us!

While we are on this next break, we invite you to share hope and happiness to your loved ones by placing a special message on the Capitol Theatre’s iconic marquee through the Your Name In Lights campaign, join the Capitol Theatre’s Membership or consider a Donation in support of the future Capitol Experience!

Also during this time, we ask that you please consider supporting your local businesses offering curbside pick-up and delivery options. We are all on this together and we must continue to support our community through this potentially devastating time for many.

The Capitol Theatre family realizes that we are all affected by the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 virus and we want to offer our best wishes for the continued good health of you and your family.

We look forward to returning to the stage, after this extended intermission.

Stay Safe & Healthy

Susan & Erin