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Health Update

COVID-19 Information - 4-9-20 Update

As everyone is by now likely aware, the Governor of Virginia has called for everyone to Stay at Home through June 10 to flatten the curve on the COVID-19 coronavirus in the state. Unfortunately, this means that our production of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder has been postponed indefinitely.


All ticket holders who were not able to attend A Piece of My Heart or A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder have the following options:

  1. A single ticket pass good for one ticket to any Season 94 show. (One pass per ticket not used due to COVID-19 during Season 93).
  2. A refund– no questions asked. We understand that people need money right now.
  3. Donation of the cost of their ticket to current operating costs of the theatre to keep afloat in the pandemic.


Any ticket holders who do not directly contact us by emailing tickets@ltnonline.org to let us know their wishes by the date they would have attended their performance will be issued passes for next season. Season subscribers will be able to use these passes to discount the cost of their subscription renewal, which will need to be handled through an LTN box office staff member this year. 


Season subscriptions and renewals will still go on sale the day that A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder would have opened, May 15, 2020. 


LTN continues to use CDC approved cleaners on all surfaces that are touched often, including door knobs, toilets, sinks, etc. Once we are operational again, our volunteers will be assisting with extra cleaning and sanitizing the front of house and backstage areas after each performance. Box office and concessions staff have access to both hand sanitizer and gloves for handling money. We continue to ask anyone who is experiencing any symptoms, including cough, fever, shortness of breath, etc. to stay home. 


Please stay safe during this time. Continue to follow the CDC’s recommendations for hand washing and self-isolation based on your own needs and symptoms. Continue following the governor’s Stay at Home orders to flatten the curve. We hope to see you all around the theatre once the situation has abated. 


Thank you!

-Little Theatre of Norfolk Board of Directors