Better Lemons has updated more shows in our calendar with any current postponements, updates, or cancelations due to coronavirus and concerns and actions towards the safety of theatre patrons where larger audiences are expected. Most venues are using directives by Governor Gavin Newsom and California Public Health and L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti announcements this week as a guide in implementing steps to accommodate for the greater public safety.
The following is a list of venues and shows that we have updated currently. This list includes shows and venues still currently open. Be sure to check with individual venues for any further potential updates or questions.
If you have tickets, please consider either donating your ticket or contacting the venue or show producer for information on available vouchers or rain checks for future shows.
If you have a show that needs updating, please log in and update your show accordingly. If you are postponing, do not delete your event and feel free to email us via our contact form should you need assistance with updating.
Heartbroken to report that #HumanInterestStory has been suspended. We join our brothers and sisters in the LA Theatre Community, in venues large and small, as we take action to slow the spread of this virus. #LAThtr https://t.co/kiIqc7Q7Me pic.twitter.com/vnG91JSfLC— Fountain Theatre (@fountaintheatre) March 13, 2020
2Cents Friends & Patrons,— 2Cents Theatre Group (@2centstheatre) March 13, 2020
It has become essential that we postpone Acting Out INK Fest 2020 until the late summer/early fall, to support the immediate need for public distancing, which will help slow the spread of… https://t.co/6DqOENpXfg
POSTPONED!#Repost @EvoladadP— The LAFPI (@TheLAFPI) March 13, 2020
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To all of our amazing fans thank you for your support. Due to #coronavirus we had to make the extremely difficult decision like so many LA production… https://t.co/vCMJG6ff1X
In an effort to support the health and safety of our community, the Attic Collective has decided to cancel our upcoming workshop until further notice. If you are an artist that needs support please look to the attached link for information. #lathtr https://t.co/eZd0mXMqK6 pic.twitter.com/eJZmtvAmcz— The Attic Collective (@atticcollec_la) March 13, 2020
Dear Victory Theatre Center— VTC (@VictoryTheatre) March 13, 2020
Patrons, Guests, and Supporters,
Your safety, health and well-being are our number one priority.
Amidst rising concerns regarding the COVID-19 global outbreak, Governor Newsom’s… https://t.co/TazUHPsMv7
Regrettably, we have decided to postpone the run of Our Man in Santiago due to concerns over the coronavirus. As soon as it's safe we will publish the new dates. If you have already purchased your tickets, you may use them for another date. We're sorry about the inconvenience. pic.twitter.com/nDMj9t30uQ— Theatre West (@TheatreWest) March 13, 2020
Tomorrow 3/14, will be the final performance of The Adventures of Peter Rabbit. We're closing early due to the coronavirus. We have 164 seats so families can have distance from each other when seated and we have plenty of hand sanitizer in the lobby. Sorry for the inconvenience. pic.twitter.com/tp8Tshg6zT— Storybook Theatre (@StorybookTW) March 13, 2020
In response to COVID-19, we will be suspending all performances of our current production of Rorschach Fest. We feel this is the best way to keep our community safe at this time. Please see our full post below and take care of yourselves! pic.twitter.com/mPBmoNZvSp— Open Fist Theatre (@OpenFistTheatre) March 12, 2020
Out of an abundance of caution, the Autry is canceling the remaining performances of @NativeVoices Lying with Badgers. For those who have paid a fee, refunds will be issued immediately. Thank you for your understanding during this time.— The Autry (@TheAutry) March 12, 2020
Performances of HOT TRAGIC DEAD THING are suspended effective immediately. But we will be back! We hope to be back on stage in a few weeks and have added some April dates! Check out https://t.co/luI9I4JCFj for more info! pic.twitter.com/5opDs5VnJd— The Blank Theatre (@TheBlankTheatre) March 13, 2020
It is with heavy hearts that we announce that this closing weekend of A Body of Water will be cancelled in compliance with health professional’s concerns regarding Covid-19. We are so grateful for YOU, our community… https://t.co/n7vViFVmrp— Actors Co-op (@actorscoop) March 13, 2020
Based on the evolution of the response to COVID-19, including recent states of emergencies declared by L.A. County and the State of California, today we canceled Simply diVine and postponed our upcoming production of HAIR - go to https://t.co/lXzy9KuIbc for full statements. pic.twitter.com/xZaYkh5uBn— Los Angeles LGBT Center (@LALGBTCenter) March 12, 2020
Dear #LosAngeles #Women #Theatre #Festival #Patrons #Artists #Supporters with the recent ongoing developments in the COVID-19 crisis we have decided to suspend all LAWTF programming until Further Notice @LAWTF @AdilahBarnes @KarenAClark @DelusionalDiva @denisedowse @HattieWinston— LAWTF (@LAWTF) March 13, 2020
Given the widespread escalation of efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to exercise caution and suspend performances through April 8, 2020, effective immediately. Please visit the link for more information: https://t.co/at1HyVjtRw— The Broad Stage (@thebroadstage) March 13, 2020
Loft is proud to join our sisters and brother in the LA Theatre Family and do our part to minimize the spread of Covid-19. Public performances of Death and Other Girly Things are postponed. Thank you for supporting intimate theatre in LA! pic.twitter.com/H38grSFSEm— LOFT ensemble (@LOFTensemble) March 13, 2020
We need to do what’s right for the health and safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, so it is with a heavy heart we announce the cancellation of all shows (Dead Man’s Cell Phone and Improv Night) through March 24th. pic.twitter.com/Z5YytZFMuE— Little Fish Theatre (@lilfishtheatre) March 14, 2020
Following the advice of local health officials, we have decided to CANCEL ALL SHOWS at The Groundlings Theatre through March 31. For more information please go to the link in our bio. We apologize for the inconvenience and can't wait to see you all again very soon! pic.twitter.com/waJVG5GWiD— The Groundlings (@groundlings) March 12, 2020
As most of you have heard, we have made the sad and difficult decision to postpone opening weekend of our upcoming production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.— Kentwood Players (@kentwoodplayers) March 14, 2020
Stay tuned for more info in the next weeks. We'll… https://t.co/TaTKJFWIaN
Dear Audience Members,— SkyPilot Theatre (@SkyPilotTheatre) March 15, 2020
Due to the public health concerns posed by COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we have made the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming theatre production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Divorce," which would take place 3/27/20 - 3/29/20.
Due to the California Governor and the Dept. of Public Health's mandated capacity limitations on gatherings, we will be closed until March 31 subject to ongoing assessment by state & local officials. Please continue to check https://t.co/tAQAMMbjiv for updated info. pic.twitter.com/aFSQrU261V— The Roxy Theatre (@theroxy) March 13, 2020
A message to our valued Rockwell community. pic.twitter.com/84rJvrZu9g— Rockwell Table Stage (@LA_Rockwell) March 13, 2020
Given the current state of the COVID-19 global outbreak and in light of the World Health Organization's official pandemic declaration this morning, The Wallis has made the difficult, but important decision to cancel or postpone all productions and programs through March 31, 2020. pic.twitter.com/YzD19oYwhg— The Wallis (@TheWallisBH) March 12, 2020
While there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at UCLA, the campus has recommended that we suspend events drawing more than 100 people. For the well-being of our community, the Archive is canceling upcoming events at the Billy Wilder Theater. https://t.co/mMvkaj2jTO pic.twitter.com/VSdbm5XvGA— UCLA Film & Television Archive (@UCLAFTVArchive) March 11, 2020
The Autry museum, store, cafe, and Historic Southwest Mt. Washington Campus will be closed to the public starting 3/14 until further notice. For updates visit, https://t.co/AvlP3wfhsP.— The Autry (@TheAutry) March 13, 2020
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