As noted in our recent email blast, we have been closely monitoring official developments and recommendations around the COVID-19 virus, and the Hampton Theatre Company remains determined to follow preventive measures that are in the best interest of our audiences, artists, volunteers, and staff. That is why we have made the decision to postpone our production of “Sylvia,” originally scheduled to run from March 19 through April 5.  
We understand it is our responsibility as a place of community gathering to do our part to assist government, health, and local officials in slowing the spread of this virus. We will be offering full refunds for all tickets already purchased, and we hope to see you at the theater when the show is rescheduled.  We take this situation very seriously and will continue to monitor and follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and our local agencies. We will reassess the most responsible course of action as of March 31 and will keep you informed. We believe in the power of the theatre arts to enhance our quality of life and to heal and build community. We are as determined as ever that the show must go on, and we will bring you our production of “Sylvia” as soon as we can do so safely and responsibly. Hoping for brighter days ahead, 
For the Board of Directors: Andrew Botsford, Rosemary Cline, Terry Fiore, Lynne Jones, Diana Marbury, Lucinda Morrisey and Betsy Rowe



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