Center for the Arts announces cancellations and modified schedule

JACKSON, Wyo. — Center for the Arts today announced all large theater events through April 10 have been postponed or rescheduled.

Anyone holding purchased tickets to a cancelled event should look for specific information on the way via email. All small community events scheduled on campus have been limited to 150 capacity. In addition, the Center will be offering a free live stream for these events for those who would rather not attend in person.

“We want to assure the community that we are taking proactive measures to keep The Center as healthy an environment as possible,” CFA officials declared. “Consistent with other local measures, we have also increased the frequency, caliber, and consistency of our cleaning practices. We are monitoring guidelines from the CDC and other authorities very closely. Be assured that we intend to fully comply with directives from authorities as we receive them in addition to these preventative measures.”

Please see updates for the following Center Events:

Game Rangers International partnership in Jackson Hole, March 13 
SCHEDULED AS PLANNED. Capacity limited to 150 people.
The Center will be live-streaming this event from our Facebook page tonight. The live stream will begin at 5:45 pm, 15 minutes prior to the event on our Facebook page.

Larkin Poe, March 18
RESCHEDULED for September 21 at 8 pm
All tickets purchased for the March 18 show will be honored and transferred to the new date. Ticket holders may request a full refund by contacting The Center Box Office at 307-733-4900 or via email at madison@jhcenterforthearts.org.

Jackson Hole Fly Fishing Film Tour 2020, March 19
RESCHEDULED FOR May 21 at 7 pm
All tickets purchased for the March 19 show will be honored and transferred to the new date. Ticket holders may request a full refund by contacting The Center Box Office at 307-733-4900 or via email at madison@jhcenterforthearts.org.

Building the Future We Want, March 20
SCHEDULED AS PLANNED. Capacity limited to 150 people

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