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Department of Theatre and Dance

Performance Cancellations Due to COVID-19 Closures

In accordance with the University of South Carolina’s recent efforts to mitigate spread of the novel coronavirus, and acknowledging our responsibility to help hinder the spread of COVID-19 to our students and patrons, the Department of Theatre and Dance must announce the following changes to our upcoming performance schedule:

Black Snow
by Keith Reddin

Center for Performance Experiment
Scheduled Dates: March 19-28
All DATES CANCELLED
The University has announced that no campus events may take place for the remainder of the semester; therefore, all dates of this production are cancelled.


Ballet Stars of New York Gala Performance

Koger Center for the Arts
Scheduled Date: March 29
CANCELLED
Again, as no campus events may take place for the remainder of the semester, this performance has been cancelled. There is unfortunately no possibility of rescheduling this event. If you have purchased tickets already, refunds are available by calling the Koger Center for the Arts at 803-777-5112.


Amadeus
by Peter Shaffer

Drayton Hall Theatre
Scheduled Dates: April 3-18
ALL DATES CANCELLED
If you purchased tickets for Amadeus  and wish to get a refund for your tickets, email theadancetix@sc.edu.

 

Student Choreography Showcase

Drayton Hall Theatre
Scheduled Dates: April 24-25
ALL DATES CANCELLED
If you purchased tickets and wish to get a refund for your tickets, email theadancetix@sc.edu.

 

A Midsummer Night's Dream
by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare's Playhouse (New Outdoor Performance Venue)
POSTPONED.  NEW DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED.


Our students, faculty and staff share in the disappointment that these cancellations cause. However, we all hope that these changes will be understood as necessary for our shared role in protecting us all from the COVID-19 virus.

We encourage you to visit the University’s dedicated COVID-19 web page for updates about additional policy changes as more information about the impact of the virus becomes available.



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