Updates

June 18, 2020

 

To our dear patrons and volunteers,

 

It is with heavy hearts that we share we will be leaving our current location of Way Off Broadway at the end of our lease on July 31, 2020. Victims of COVID-19, we simply cannot meet bills without income.
We have no current plans to relocate (though if you know of a below-market place….?), but can still use YOUR help in this sad transition.

• Storage! We are in need of some generous people to allow us to either build a shed on their property or allow us use of an existing shed, barn, or garage, to hold our seating. We will provide the building materials and make sure it looks aesthetically pleasing. And it will remain yours when we’re done with it.

• Another storage request is for our lights. Lights are expensive to replace and we are looking at climate-controlled locations to hold them. So if you can store them in your home or pay for a rental unit, we would be eternally grateful.

• Volunteers to deconstruct, construct, and move materials. We have a wonderful volunteer who can manage our deconstruction & construction projects, but we need some helpful muscle. If you are handy with tools or interested in helping build, carry, move…. please let us know.

• Donations: all of this takes money. Even a few dollars helps. You can make donations on our by clicking the link above. Thank you.

If you can help us in any way, please email wayoffbroadwaycommunityplayers@gmail.com ASAP. The clock is, alas, ticking.

This is not the END of Way Off Broadway Community Players. We are looking into different ways to bring the arts to the Leander/Cedar Park community, including virtual/Zoom performances or perhaps ‘pop up’ shows.

Whether you've been to one or every show in our 23 years, we thank you. It’s been a joy and a pleasure to ‘play’ together.

As we say before each show:
"There's magic in the theatre,
The theatre is magic.
And truly blessed are those who share their talents with others.
BREAK A LEG!"

A toast to the past, and hopes for the future.


Regretfully,

 

The Board of Directors
Way Off Broadway Community Players

June 13, 2020

 

To our dear patrons and volunteers,

 

An update to share. We will have to postpone the show until further notice. As such, next weekend's showings of Murdered to Death (June 18-20) are also cancelled. 

 

Please see below how to handle your tickets. We are just as saddened about this situation. We hope to be able to bring you more live theater in the future.

 

Respectfully,

 

The Board of Directors

Way Off Broadway Community Players

June 11, 2020

 

To our dear patrons and volunteers,

 

We have unfortunate news to share. One of our cast's family members is currently being tested for COVID-19. As such, we will be cancelling this weekend's show (June 12-14) of Murdered to Death. The test results will come back Monday and we will make a decision for next week's show.

 

We know you have been eagerly awaiting the opening of our show and we are disheartened to share this news.

 

At this time, there are two ways to handle your ticket(s):

1. Request a full refund. To do so, you may go to Eventbrite and request a refund. Your ticket will be refunded within 2 business days. The link is available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/support/articles/en_US/How_To/can-i-get-a-refund?lg=en_US

2. Donate your ticket to the theater. Without events happening at the theater, it makes it difficult to keep up with the bills that are still accumulating. With your small gift, you would continue to bring the magic of WOBCP for years to come. You will receive a separate email for your tax receipt as a donation to the theater if you email us and let us know this is how you would like to proceed.

We appreciate you and your continued support of WOBCP. Without you, the magic of theater would be lost. You bring the hope of more arts to the community at large.

 

Respectfully,

 

The Board of Directors

Way Off Broadway Community Players

COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

Updated Health & Safety at WOBCP

June 6, 2020

To Our Valued Patrons,

 

The health and safety of our audience, volunteers, cast, and crew are of the utmost importance to us.
Our production of Murdered to Death will open on Friday, June 12th. Way Off Broadway is monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and may update its standards and schedule as it develops.

We encourage you to continue practicing recommended sanitary standards by the CDC and ask that you only plan to be in attendance if you are feeling in good health. And as always, please wash your hands! If you have not yet we encourage you to visit (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html) for information on how to best prevent illness.

If you are feeling unwell, please don’t hesitate to contact our box office to reschedule your visit for a later performance or a different production. Our box office number is 512-259-5878, and we will happy to exchange your tickets for you. You can also email the theater at wayoffbroadwaycommunityplayers@gmail.com, as this is an all-volunteer group, and most easily accessible by email. 


Way Off Broadway will continue to monitor health information and keep you informed of any future activities. Thank you for being a valued patron of Way Off Broadway and supporting the magic in theatre!

 

Respectfully,

 

The Board of Directors

Way Off Broadway Community Players

March 16, 2020

To Our Valued Patrons,

 

Way Off Broadway has been closely monitoring government and health reports surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. The health of our audience, volunteers, cast, and crew has and remains of utmost importance for us. After considering the most recent recommendation published by the CDC regarding mass gatherings/large community events, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all events for the foreseeable future. 

 

All Murdered to Death performances are postponed with dates to be determined as well as the April 18th Improv Show, McAlister's Deli Fundraiser, and Auditions for Jeeves Intervenes. The Happy Trails gala has also been postponed with a possibility of an online silent auction. If you are a current ticket holder, you will receive separate communication on how to handle the postponements. However, we ask that you remember that Way Off Broadway Community Players is a non-profit whose mission is to serve the community with live entertainment. We ask that you consider converting your ticket as a donation to Way Off Broadway if you are not able to attend the future show. That would be a tremendous and humbling gesture during these extraordinary times. 


Way Off Broadway will continue to monitor health information and keep you informed of any future activities. Thank you for being a valued patron of Way Off Broadway and supporting the magic in theatre!

 

Respectfully,

 

The Board of Directors

Way Off Broadway Community Players

Please note - Way Off Broadway is no longer accepting online or phone reservations.

Tickets can be pre-purchased on Eventbrite.

Season ticket holders will be provided a code to use on Eventbrite. 

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