Health and Safety Updates
Updated: Mar 15
Dear Friends of the Spring Lake Community House and Theatre,
Spring Lake Theatre Co
As we stated earlier this week, the health and safety of our students, staff, and patrons is our
biggest priority as we follow the developing situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the
New Jersey area, and all around the country.
In light of recent developments we will be postponing performances of our spring musical,
Monty Python’s Spamalot.
We now hope to open Spamalot on Friday April 17th, with exact dates and numbers of
performances yet to be determined based on developments that occur in the coming days and
weeks. If you have purchased a ticket to Spamalot, your ticket will be honored for one of our
new performance times. Anyone unable to attend Spamalot will receive credit for a future
production at the Spring Lake Community House and Theatre.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach us at email@example.com
Our Box Office will remain available at (732) 449-4530, Monday-Saturday from 12:00pm to
We expect to receive many inquiries in the coming days and weeks, and we ask for your
patience as we sort out how we will proceed.
Workshop and Dance
Our first priority at Spring Lake Theatre and Dance has always been, and will always be, the health and safety of our students and families. Due to this, we will sadly be closing for the next two weeks. We anticipate to be open March 30, 2020. We closely monitored the situation and followed the lead of our local public school district regarding the closure. We will be in touch during the next few days regarding at-home learning for our Workshop and Dance classes. We ask our students for the time being to use this time wisely. Workshop shows and the dance recital will be here before you know it! Workshop students-please have ALL lines, songs, dances and blocking memorized. Dance students- please continue to stretch daily and go over all of your recital dances.
We will continue to update our patrons and families with any necessary updates.
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