Dear Engeman Theater patrons,
We hope you are all healthy and safe as this period of uncertainty continues.
It’s been six weeks since Gov. Cuomo closed all non-essential businesses. We have been watching his daily updates, as well as the national news, to try and get some indication of when live theaters will be safely allowed to open again. While we have not been able to determine when that will be, the one thing we do know is that theaters, along with other large places of assembly, will be among the last businesses to be allowed to open.
As a result of this reality, and with keeping people’s safety and health in mind, we have decided to remain closed through at least June 30. This means, unfortunately, that we will need to postpone “Sister Act” again, which we had tentatively moved to the May 14 through June 28 time slot.
This is merely a postponement. Our plan is to reschedule “Sister Act” for later in the year so you will have an opportunity to see it once we are safely allowed to reopen.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. To be clear, there is nothing you need to do at this time. We will reach out to you with updated schedule information once we know when we can reopen.
We look forward to seeing you back at the theater as soon as it is safe to do so. We will continue to update you when we receive new information. Until then, please stay well.
Richard Dolce and Kevin O’Neill
John W. Engeman Theater Producers