Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf - Postponed Until Further Notice

Community Players Theatre is announcing the postponement of our next show, Who’s Afraid of
Virginia Woolf until the state’s “Shelter in Place” order is lifted and the production staff can
evaluate options from there. Ticket sales will be suspended until further notice.

The following statement was issued this evening, April 6, 2020, from the show’s director, Brett

We hope that you, your friends, and your family are safe and healthy. The Illinois
shelter-in-place rules and staying at home have changed all of our lives. Live theatre
isn’t very easy to rehearse or patronize while practicing social distancing. Community
Players Theatre is all about social inclusion and that makes our mission very difficult at
this time.

Days before these new rules were put in place we had auditioned and cast our
upcoming production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf". The show has been rehearsing
online ever since but will obviously not be ready to perform for you in its original early
May timeframe. At this time we are announcing the official postponement of this show
with the hopes that it will be ready for some much needed entertainment and artistic
release once the current shelter-in-place rules are lifted and we are able to congregate
to enjoy live theatre as a group once again.

We know that the arts inspire hope and provide an escape from the everyday. The arts
are perhaps needed now more than ever, to bring our community together, and keep us
connected. We thank you for your understanding and patience at this time and we will
keep you updated once we have updated performance dates to share.

If you wish to continue to support Community Players Theatre during the state-wide shutdown,
visit https://reno.communityplayers.org to learn more about our current renovation capital
campaign, purchase CPT merchandise and/or sponsor a seat in our new auditorium.