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Shakespeare Dallas\' 2019 production of <em>Shakespeare in Love</em>. The company will not have a 2020 summer season.

How COVID-19 is Affecting the Arts

UPDATED! In North Texas, everything in the performing arts has been canceled, postponed, or moved online. Here's the latest.



published Thursday, May 14, 2020

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was originally posted on March 12, and will be updated throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Latest update: 9 a.m., Saturday, May 23.

 

North Texas — Around the country, theater, dance and music performances are being cancelled because of the threat of the spread of COVID-19, or the Coronavirus. The World Health Organization has declared it a pandemic.

Across the country, entertainment events, including concerts and performing arts events, museums, movie theaters, sports, bars and restaurants have been temporarily shuttered. In North Texas, festivals and events, including the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Fort Worth's Main Street Arts Festival have also taken a hit. Dallas County and much of Texas (and the country) is either in or on the verge of a lockdown, with gatherings of 50 or more people restricted.

In local arts, the first cancellation was the tour of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, presented by TITAS/Dance Unbound, which was to happen March 13-14 at the AT&T Performing Arts Center's Winspear Opera House. TITAS has since canceled the other performances in the season, and moved its Command Performance Gala to August.

On March 12, TITAS and ATTPAC released a statement that the performances will be rescheduled.

Photo: Mat Doyon
The Canadian dance troupe Rubberband, which was to appear in Dallas via TITAS/Dance Unbound, is one of many arts cancellations

"TITAS is asking all ticket holders for these performances to be patient while it works with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater to find new dates. All ticket holders will be notified by March 31 as to their options.These options may include a new performance date, using tickets for another performance, refunds, or turning the tickets into a donation to support the nonprofit TITAS during a period that will prove challenging for all nonprofit arts organizations."

That is an important point, because this is the kind of thing that can kill arts groups: Because of the cancellations, thousands of professional jobs in the arts — in full-time, part-time, and contract positions — are at stake.

And it's not just ticket sales that could take a hit. Because of the effect that the pandemic has had on the stock market and the world economy, donations from individual donors and businesses are at risk, similar to the economic hits after 9/11 and the 2008 recession.

In the past week and a half, virtually every North Texas arts group has announced cancellations or postponements, from the big-budget organizations like Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Symphony, Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Texas Ballet Theater, and Fort Worth Symphony, through mid-size groups and small outfits like Prism Movement Company and Shakespeare Everywhere.

The Dallas Theater Center suspended two productions, American Mariachi (which was supposed run March 14-April 5, and is a co-production with Chicago's Goodman Theatre, where it is slated to run April 25-May 31); and Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline, April 3-May 3, which had already started rehearsals. American Mariachi is now available to watch online, for purchase (or free if you already had a ticket).

"As we all navigate this uncharted waters, we’re reminded that the heartbeat of our community is shared moments of creating or experiencing theater together. While nothing can fully replace those in-person connections and conversations that live theater generates, we are developing a digital version of our American Mariachi performance so we may remain connected with you."

Many groups and artists are offering streaming and online performances. Read our story about artists and arts groups putting their work out there. But those alternatives are not going to make up for the loss of revenues and income.

Below is a list of changes, organized by the date the change was announced (or when we found out), and then by alphabetical order.

 

CANCELLATIONS, POSTPONEMENTS, AND CLOSINGS

 

MAY 24, 2020

  • Chamber Music International has canceled its final show of the season on June 13
  • Dallas Children's Theater has canceled Miss Nelson is Missing, and is exploring online options

 

MAY 22, 2020

  • Dallas Theater Center has postponed The Supreme Leader; dates to be determined
  • Jubilee Theatre has postponed How I Got Over; dates to be determined

 

MAY 21, 2020

  • Garland Summer Musicals has postponed its summer season featuring Grease and The Drowsy Chaperone to 2021.

 

MAY 19, 2020

  • Lyric Stage has postponed Cinderella at the Majestic Theatre; new dates TBA
  • Richardson Symphony Orchestra has canceled its Season Finale Concert on June 18

 

MAY 18, 2020

  • AT&T Performing Arts Center has moved "A Conversation with Julie Andrews" to April 23, 2021
  • Circle Theatre has caneled its summer productions of The Last Wide Open and Fences and is "working on alternative scenarios regarding the season."
  • Denton Community Theatre has canceled its summer productions of Blithe Spirit, The Who's Tommy, and Time Stands Still, and will move Mamma Mia! from August to a Dec. 4 opening. The previously scheduled production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum will reopen the theater on Sept. 18.

 

MAY 17, 2020

  • Stage West is postponing the final two shows in its current season, Into the Breeches and Between Riverside and Crazy, to subsequent seasons; and will announce its 2020-21 season soon. For more on the organization's plan for post-pandemic survival, read this.

 

MAY 14, 2020

  • The national tour of Disney's Aida has been postponed and will not come to Fort Worth's Bass Performance Hall in July 2021.

 

MAY 13, 2020

  • The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has canceled the 30th annual Concerts in the Garden at Fort Worth Botanic Garden

 

MAY 11, 2020

  • American Baroque Opera Company has postponed Don Quixote at Arts Mission Oak Cliff
  • AT&T Performing Arts Center has postponed the Elevator Project performance of Try Me; new dates TBA
  • Casa Mañana has postponed The Full Monty; new dates TBA
  • The national tour of The Cher Show has been canceled; so the touring dates at Dallas Summer Musicals and Bass Performance Hall, both in July 2021, have been canceled; for Dallas Summer Musicals, the canceled tour of Jesus Christ Superstar moves into The Cher Show slot
  • Cry Havoc Theater Company has changed its production of Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground, scheduled for July 9-19, to online-only audio play that will be released in July. Its production of Endlings, scheduled July 16-August 2, will be changed into a multimedia performance project that will be released in September.
  • Danielle Georgiou Dance Group has changed the dates of The Savage Seconds, to June 4-10, and will be presented online
  • The Oak Cliff Film Festival in June will now be online
  • Undermain Theatre has postponed its play reading festival Whither Goest Thou America, including the workshop of David Rabe's He's Born, He's Borne, which will make up the 2021 festival
  • WaterTower Theatre has indefinitely postponed The Bridges of Madison County

 

APRIL 30, 2020

  • Second Thought Theatre has moved A Streetcar Named Desire to a July 24 opening, in the slot previously held by Janielle Kastner's Sweetpea, which will be postponed for another season. Beckett's Engame remains on the opening date of Sept. 18

 

APRIL 29, 2020

  • Dallas Black Dance Theatre has cancelled its Spring Celebration concert, which was to be May 15-17
  • Dallas Summer Musicals has canceled the touring engagement of the musical Frozen, which was to run June 17-July 12
  • The Firehouse Theatre has postponed Rock of Ages, which was to run May 7-24, to Oct 1-18 and has canceled October’s production of Urinetown; has canceled the June 6 performances of Alice in Wonderland, Jr. and June 1-5 camp (the partnership with Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD) due to the cancellation of the rest of the school year; and is postponing the 2-3 weeks of ActingOut Summer Camp scheduled for June to July or August.
  • The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has canceled the Enigma Variations concert on May 21; and Kenny G on May 22-24, both at Bass Performance Hall

 

APRIL 22, 2020

  • The tours of An American in Paris and Bandstand have been canceled at AT&T Performing Arts Center; rescheduled dates have not been announced
  • The national tour of Hamilton, which was to play Bass Performance Hall in June, has been rescheduled for Jan. 18-Feb. 6, 2022
  • Kitchen Dog Theater has postponed A History of the Life and Times of Christopher Columbus by Washington Irving, originally scheduled for June, to the 2020-21 season; and is exploring presenting the staged readings of the 22nd New Works Festival online
  • One Thirty Productions has canceled its production of I Do! I Do!, which was to open in May, at the Lochwood Library
  • Theatre Arlington has again moved its production of Damn Yankees back; it will now run Aug. 7-30

 

APRIL 20, 2020

  • Garland Summer Musicals has moved its summer season back one week; Grease now runs June 19-28; and The Drowsy Chaperone runs July 17-26
  • Rockwall Summer Musicals has canceled its summer season, which was to include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Bye, Bye Birdie

 

APRIL 17, 2020

  • Bishop Arts Theatre Center has canceled Curse of the Puerto Ricans
  • Dallas Summer Musicals has postponed the tour of Jesus Christ Superstar
  • Shakespeare Dallas has canceled its summer season, The Merchant of Venice and Much Ado About Nothing, including Junior Players' Twelfth Night
  • Stage West has canceled its May production of Church and State

 

APRIL 9, 2020

  • Cara Mïa Theatre and Soul Rep Theatre Company have canceled their co-production of My Red Hand, My Black Hand at the Latino Cultural Center
  • Dallas Chamber Symphony has rescheduled its performance of Schumann 4 to Oct. 20
  • Mainstage Irving-Las Colinas has rescheduled Inherit the Wind for Sept. 4-13; rescheduled Disaster! The Musical, for July 17-August 1; and canceled How the Other Half Loves
  • Tarrant Actors Regional Theatre has canceled The Wild Party, which was to run May 15-31

 

APRIL 6, 2020

  • The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has canceled all concerts through May 24

 

APRIL 3, 2020

  • Casa Mañana has postponed the cabaret show Come Together: When the 60s meet the 70s - Carole J. Bufford; the new dates are Oct. 6-10
  • The national tour of Come From Away has rescheduled its Dallas Summer Musical dates; it will play Music Hall at Fair Park, Jan. 5-17, 2021
  • Dallas Chamber Music Society has canceled Harlem String Quartet on May 4
  • The national tour of The Spongebob Musical, which ws coming to AT&T Performing Arts Center in July, has been canceled

 

APRIL 1, 2020

  • African American Repertory Theater has postponed its production of The Bluest Eye; it will now run July 17-Aug. 8


MARCH 31, 2020

  • Collin County Ballet Theatre has postponed Coppélia; new dates to be determined
  • The Core Theatre in Richardson has postponed Mojave; new dates to be determined

 

MARCH 27, 2020

  • Amphibian Productions has postponed all events for April and May, moving the world premiere of Egress back to Oct. 30-Nov. 15, and postponing the world premiere of The Amazing, Fabulous, and Spectacular Untruths of Don Juan Garcia until the 2021 season
  • AT&T Performing Arts Center has announced rescheduled dates for several events:
    • Black Violin – rescheduled for February 6, 2021; (previous date 4/5)
    • Hasan Minhaj – rescheduled for June 7, 2020; (previous date 4/23)
    • Jenna Bush Hager – rescheduled for October 4, 2020; (previous date 4/25)
    • New dates for Jo Koy, Flamenco Fever, and Andrew Bird are still to be determined
  • Beckles Dancing Company is postponing events and performances until further notice
  • Casa Mañana Children's Theater has rescheduled its production of Shrek, which will now run Aug. 7-16
  • Dallas Arts Month (April) events have been canceled
  • Imprint Theatreworks has postponed Here; new dates to be determined

 

MARCH 26, 2020

  • Ballet Frontier of Texas has postponed its performance of Swan Lake and its fundraiser; new dates to be determined
  • Fine Arts Chamber Players has postponed its April and May concerts; more information to be announced

 

MARCH 25, 2020

  • Fort Worth Art Dealers Association (FWADA) has postponed Spring Gallery Night; new date to be determined

 

MARCH 24, 2020

  • Avant Chamber Ballet has canceled its March and April events, including the production of Beauty and Beyond
  • Echo Theatre's Echo Reads series is on hiatus until further notice
  • Mesquite Arts Theatre has postponed The Belle of Amherst to June 12-28
  • Open Classical DFW events are canceled until further notice
  • Theatre Coppell has canceled its production of Ripcord; and is because the opening of Coppell Arts Center has been pushed back, is monitoring the situation in regards to its summer production of Little Shop of Horrors

 

MARCH 23, 2020

  • The Classics Theatre Project has postponed The Imaginary Invalid, which it had planned to livestream, because of Dallas County shelter in place rules. Instead, happening on the original performance dates (April 1-19; see website for specific dates) will be a livestream from the Imaginary Invalid himself, Van Quattro, performing a one-person reading of the whole show, performing all the roles himself! Details to come.
  • Circle Theatre has cancelled the production of Something Clean and will remain closed until further notice
  • Dallas Summer Musicals has postponed the tour of Rent
  • The 2020 DFW South Asian Film Festival has been canceled
  • Granbury Theatre Company has postponed Big River until the 2021 season, and is closed until further notice
  • Sherman Community Players has postponed Steel Magnolias until May 15-31
  • Theatre Three has postponed its production of The Elephant Man, with the intention of adding it into the next season; the theater is closed until further notice

 

MARCH 22, 2020

  • Our Productions Theatre Company has canceled the Play Readers Club reading of Mikey Abrams The Joy of Publik Skool, which was scheduled for March 26 at the MCL Grand Theater
  • Outcry Theatre has postponed its productions of Shakespeare in Love and Tuck Everlasting, with new dates to be announced later. Its production of Cummins and Scoullar's The Little Prince has been moved to June 4-7 at the Addison Studio Theatre

 

MARCH 21, 2020

    Photo: Arbour Artists
    Soprano Talise Trevigne was to perform a recital at the Fort Worth Opera Festival, which has been canceled
  • The Allegro Guitar Society/Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society concerts in April and May have been canceled
  • Blue Candlelight Music Series has postponed the final two concerts of its season; look for new dates and online streaming
  • The Core Theatre has moved Bill Rhoten's Mojave back one week, to April 3-19, with social distancing measures in place for the audience; and will live stream if necessary
  • Dallas Children's Theater has canceled two more shows, Balloonacy and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
  • Jubilee Theatre has postponed Nate Jacobs' How I Got Over to run May 29-June 28; and has postponed Jonathan Norton's My Tidy List of Terrors until the 2020-2021 season
  • Lone Star Wind Orchestra has postponed its April 26 and May 10 concerts; new dates will be announced
  • Ohlook Performing Arts in Grapevine is closed and has canceled performances until further notice
  • Richardson Symphony has postponed its season finale concert to June 18
  • Rover Dramawerks in Plano is closed and has canceled shows through April 27
  • Verdigris Ensemble has postponed Songs from the Uproar to a date to be determined

 

MARCH 20, 2020

  • AT&T Performing Arts Center (Winspear Opera House and Wyly Theatre) has closed its offices and canceled events through April 29
  • The weekly Broadway on a Tuesday at Alexandre's Club is canceled until further notice
  • City of Dallas Cultural Venues (Latino Cultural Center, Juanita Craft House, Majestic Theatre, Meyerson Symphony Center, Moody Performance Hall, Oak Cliff Cultural Center, South Dallas Cultural Center) are closed until further notice; the Bath House Cultural Center was already closed for renovation through the end of July
  • LakeCities Ballet Theatre has postponed its April performances
  • The Firehouse Theatre in Farmer's Branch has canceled its production of The Wiz
  • The Fort Worth Community Arts Center is closed through March 31
  • The Fort Worth Symphony has canceled more shows through May 17
  • The Mesquite Arts Center has canceled events through April 17
  • Rockwall Community Playhouse is going dark through May 30
  • TITAS/Dance Unbound has canceled the concerts by ChangMu Dance of South Korea and Rubberband Dance of Canada; and moved the Command Performance from June to Aug. 29, 2020
  • Theatre Frisco has canceled Barefoot in the Park

 

MARCH 19, 2020

  • Bass Performance Hall announced that it has extended its closing; all events through May 17 at Bass and McDavid Studio are canceled
  • Beard Collins Shores Productions has postponed This Side of Crazy at Trinity River Arts Center; new dates to be announced
  • Chamber Music International has canceled its May 23 performance
  • The Coppell Arts Center has postponed its grand opening weekend, including the concert with Kristin Chenoweth. New dates will be announced later.
  • Dallas Black Dance Theatre has canceled all performances through April 30
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra has canceled all events and performances through April 29; which means most of the Soluna Festival. Some events will be rescheduled.
  • The Fort Worth Opera's McCammon Voice Competition is postponed until the fall of 2020
  • Lakeside Community Theatre has moved its production of Fools to June 12-27 and postponed It's Only a Play until another season
  • North Texas Performing Arts has canceled or postponed productions and activities at all locations until further notice
  • Richardson Theatre Centre has postponed its production of Funny Money; dates to be announced
  • Stolen Shakespeare Guild has moved its production of Steel Magnolias to the fall
  • Orpheus Chamber Singers has canceled its May 2 performance, "States of Being"
  • Tejas Dance has canceled Pārijāta at Plano's Courtyard Theatre
  • The University of North Texas College of Music has canceled all performances for the remainder of spring 2020

 

MARCH 18, 2020

  • Artisan Center Theater in Hurst has suspended all productions and activities until further notice
  • Ballet Ensemble of Texas has postponed its production of Cinderella, from April 3-4 to June 5-6
  • The Black Academy of Arts & Letters has postponed events until further notice
  • The Classics Theatre Project will livestream every performance of its production of The Imaginary Invalid, April 1-19 at the Margo Jones Theatre in Fair Park; ticket buyers will receive a link for how to watch it via YouTube streaming
  • The Cliburn has canceled or postponed all events through May 30, including the 2020 Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition, which will be rescheduled
  • The Column Awards Gala has been postponed to June 14 at the Irving Arts Center
  • The Core Theatre has postponed its March 21 performance by Molly May Rockwall
  • Onstage in Bedford is suspending ticket sales for its next production, Educating Rita, and is on hiatus until further notice
  • Plaza Theatre Company in Cleburne has postponed productions of Little House on the Prairie and The Diary of Anne Frank, and canceled Big Fish. The group is adding a "drive-up theatre" experience in the Plaza parking lot, a one-hour show called Nifty Fifties, at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 21, in which audiences stay in their vehicle.
  • Prism Movement Theater has postponed its production of Circe: The Song of Benedito at Pleasant Grove Branch Library, to open in late May
  • Runway Theatre in Grapevine has postponed its production of Young Frankenstein: The Musical
  • Undermain Theatre Has changed dates for several events. The worksshop of David Rabe's He's Born, He's Borne, will now run June 11-28; and Danielle Georgiou Dance Group's The Savage Seconds will run May 28-June 7. A new schedule for the Whither Goest Thou America festival readings will be announced soon.

 

MARCH 17, 2020

  • Allen Community Theater has moved its production of God of Carnage to Aug. 13-30
  • Altered Shakespeare has canceled The Comedy of Errors at Union and Deep Ellum Art Company
  • The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth has canceled the rest of its 2019/2020 season
  • The Dallas Opera, which had already canceled to productions, has canceled the rest of its 2019-2020 season: Don Carlo, Pulcinella/La voix humaine, and The Barber of Seville
  • Dallas Winds, has postponed its March 24 and April 21 performances
  • Echo Theatre has postponed its April production, The Other Felix
  • Ennis Public Theatre has postponed The Importance of Being Earnest
  • The Fort Worth Opera has canceled its 2020 festival season: Revenge of the Bat, La bohème, and the world premiere of Zorro
  • Four Day Weekend has canceled its weekly shows in Fort Worth and Dallas until further notice
  • The Granville Arts Center in Garland will close through May 9, which means Garland Civic Theatre's productions of You Can't Take It With You and Once Upon a Mattress
  • The MCL Grand Theatre in Lewisville has canceled all events through May 10
  • Ochre House Theater has postponed its next production Shangri-Lost, which will now open Aug. 22
  • Pocket Sandwich Theatre, has canceled the remainder of the run of Catch Me If You Can and its following production, Attack of the Mutant Killer Leeches
  • Scarborough Renaissance Festival has postponed its season, which will now run May 2-June 7
  • Shakespeare Everywhere has canceled its production of Othello
  • Stomping Ground Comedy Theater is closing and canceling all performances until further notice
  • Theatre Arlington has postponed its production of Damn Yankees; it will now run May 15-June 7; and has canceled its youth production of The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley

 

MARCH 16, 2020

  • Dallas Chamber Music Society has canceled The Jerusalem String Quartet on March 23
  • Dallas Comedy House is closing and canceling all shows until further notice
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra has canceled all performances through April 11 at the Meyerson Symphony Center, which includes the first week of the Soluna Festival
  • Denton Community Theatre has canceled remaining performances of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (was to close on March 22), and has moved A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, which was to open March 27, back to a May 8 opening.
  • Grand Prairie Arts Council has postponed its production of Cabaret, which was to open March 20
  • Lily & Joan has canceled Redeemer Mine, which was to run March 20-28
  • Mainstage Irving-Las Colinas has canceled its production of Inherit the Wind, which was to open March 20
  • Repertory Company Theatre has canceled its March and April productions of Broadway's Best and The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Teatro Dallas has postponed its production of Cement City, which was to open March 26 at the Latino Cultural Center
  • Uptown Players is readjusting its schedule for the rest of its season. Its next production, Fun Home, was to open April 10. New dates will be announced soon.
  • WaterTower Theatre has postponed the production of I Am My Own Wife from April 16-May 3 to July 16-Aug. 2; and will postpone the March 27 gala

 

MARCH 12-15, 2020

  • Amphibian Stage in Fort Worth has cancelled its March programming
  • Arlington Museum of Art has canceled the remainder of its Youth Art Month exhibit, which was to run through April 15
  • Artstillery has canceled its ArtCultivation for March; it will return April 29
  • AT&T Performing Arts Center has temporarily canceled performances, including Playwrights in the Newsroom in the Elevator Project; Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at the Winspear Opera House.
  • Bass Performance Hall has canceled all events through March 31; this includes Fort Worth Symphony this weekend, the national tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, and Texas Ballet Theater
  • Bishop Arts Theatre Center has canceled The Women Who Compose for Broadway, which was to open March 20
  • The Black Academy of Arts and Letters has postponed the tour of the stage play Set It Off; it now runs May 15-17
  • Casa Mañana Children's Theater has postponed its production of Matilda, which was to open March 19
  • The Cliburn has canceled the March 14 concert at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and its March 26 concert at the Kimbell Art Museum
  • Chamberlain Ballet has moved its Pointe of Departure program at the Eisemann Center from April to May 27
  • The Crow Museum of Asian Art is closed until further notice
  • Dallas Bach Society has canceled its March 26 performance of St. John's Passion
  • Dallas Black Dance Theatre has canceled its Dancing Without Borders in Fort Worth on March 14; and its March 28 show at the Eisemann Center in Richardson
  • Dallas Children's Theater has postponed its upcoming production of Last Stop on Market Street, which was to run March 21-April 5. New dates will be announced later
  • The Dallas Comedy Festival at the Dallas Comedy House, which was to run at the end of March, has been postponed until a date to be determined.
  • All Dallas Public Library branches are closed through March 20
  • Dallas Theater Center's production of American Mariachi, a co-production with the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, which was supposed to open March 15, and its upcoming production of Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline, have been suspended
  • Dallas Museum of Art has canceled all events through April 3, and that includes the March 28 concert by Fine Arts Chamber Players
  • Dallas Summer Musicals has postponed the touring musical Come From Away at the Music Hall at Fair Park
  • Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts has canceled all events through April 30
  • The Firehouse Theatre has moved its production of The Wiz to run April 2-19 (it was to open March 20)
  • The Fort Worth Symphony has canceled all performances through March 31
  • Flexible Grey Theatre Company, has postponed the last two weekends of Cherry Muffins: A Demon Play
  • Irving Arts Center has canceled the March 13 performance of Tap Pack and the March 29 performance of Singing Voices
  • Jubilee Theatre has moved the opening of How I Got Over back to April 2
  • Mama's Party is canceled on March 16 and 23, and will return March 30
  • The Mask and Wig Club has canceled its touring show Our Father Who Aren't in Heaven at Addison Theatre Centre on March 14
  • The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will be closed March 14-30
  • The Nasher Sculpture Center has canceled public events through the end of April, and the Nasher Prize events have been pushed back to November
  • One Thirty Productions' Driving Miss Daisy at Lochwood Library, which was to run through March 28, has been canceled
  • Outcry Theatre, will postpone and possibly have a new venue for Cummins and Scoullar's The Little Prince, which was set to open March 20
  • Pegasus Theatre has canceled its production of A Criminal Case of Murder at the Lochwood Branch Library
  • The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is closed through March 20; at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 15, you can watch a livestream of "Science Spotlight: COVID-19," on the museum's website, www.perotmusem.org
  • Plano Symphony Orchestra has canceled its March 19 concert at the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts, and its school performances March 17-19
  • Sammons Center for the Arts has canceled large gatherings at the venue through March 31, and Sammons Jazz and Cabaret performances in March and Aprl
  • Second Thought Theatre has canceled remaining performances of Mlima's Tale (was to close March 14)
  • Southern Methodist University's Meadows School of the Arts has canceled all events through the end of April, and the repertory plays there were to happen in early May
  • Stage West will have its March 14 and 15 performances of Lucy Kirkwood's The Children, and then close until April 20
  • Texas Ballet Theater has canceled its March performances of Image/Imbue/Bartok
  • Theatre Three has canceled remaining performances o Funny, You Don't Act Like a Negro (was to close March 15)
  • TITAS/Dance Unbound has canceled the March 13-14 performances of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at AT&T Performing Arts Center
  • Turtle Creek Chorale has canceled its March 27-29 performances at Moody Performance Hall
  • Undermain TheatreMadame Bovary (final performances March 13 and 14; the March 15 matinee has been canceled)
  • Voces Intimae has canceled its "Musings" concert on March 15

 

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