As a result of the Covid-19 crisis, CTC has made the necessary decision to cancel the entirety of its 2020 summer season which had originally been slated to run between June and August. The company, which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, cancelled its first three shows previously. Now it is announcing that its fourth and final show, which was to be Tiny Beautiful Things by Nia Vardalos, will not be performed on the stage of the Town Hall Theatre. Citing concerns about the ability to ensure the safety of all involved–audiences, artists, staff, interns, and Chester residents–Producing Artistic Director Daniel Elihu Kramer says there are no plans for live, in-person performances this summer.
“In the weeks since our previous announcement,” said Kramer, “it has become clear that even the final show of our intended season cannot happen. Looking ahead, we are committed to producing our commissioned play—The Life of the World to Come by Darcy Parker Bruce—as soon as we are able. Other productions planned for this summer may make their way to our next season as well.”
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CTC 2020 Season Update PR FINAL