*As things are changing rapidly, please visit this page often for up-to-date information.*
As we continue to navigate the ever-changing COVID-19 pandemic, we are not hosting any events through July 1st. The Gillioz Theatre always prioritizes the safety and security of its audiences, artists and staff, and this includes health safety.
As a nonprofit arts organization, closing our doors to the public means a significant loss of revenue. While our top priority is keeping our patrons, visiting artists, and staff safe and secure, funds from tickets, concessions sales, and rental fees are the main sources of income and contribute significantly to our financial stability. This closure greatly affects our ability to preserve this beautiful historic theater, and to share it with everyone in the community. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to help us offset the costs already incurred for these cancelled events and the lost revenue during our closure, you can get in touch with us via email at email@example.com.
We are making every effort to reschedule affected shows. For shows that are canceled, tickets purchased through authorized ticket sellers (eTix and the Gillioz Theatre Box Office) will be automatically refunded at the point of purchase. No action is needed to receive the refund. For postponed shows, patrons should hold on to their tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled performance date, once determined. If patrons cannot attend the rescheduled date, the eTix support team can be reached at 1-800-514-3849 or you can fill in a Support form here.
During this closure, the Gillioz Theatre Box Office will also be closed and phones will not be staffed. Patrons who wish to purchase tickets for future shows should do so online at www.gillioz.org. For questions or inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as we will be monitoring email during the closure. Please note that response time may be slow depending on the volume of email received.
Some artists may elect to cancel or reschedule their shows. In the case of such change, we will notify all ticket purchasers of the cancellation or postponement, update website listings accordingly, and post across our social networks.
We remain in regular communication with the Greene County Health Department and abide by recommendation or mandates as they advise.
**EVENTS CURRENTLY AFFECTED**
Bert Kreischer – 3/26 (rescheduled, new date 7/31/20)
Colter Wall – 3/27 (rescheduled, new date 12/10/20)
The Mystery Hour – 3/28 (cancelled)
SRO Presents: Pagliacci – 4/3-4 (rescheduled, new dates 9/04/20 and 9/05/20)
Nate Bargatze – 4/17 (rescheduled, new date 8/27/20)
Danny Gokey – 4/23 (cancelled)
The Mystery Hour – 4/24 (cancelled)
Ballet Magnificat – 4/26 (cancelled)
David Sedaris – 5/1 (rescheduled, new date 9/17/20)
Wizard of Oz – 5/3 (postponed, new date TBA*)
Theory of A Deadman – 5/6 (postponed, new date TBA*)
The Mystery Hour – 5/8 (cancelled)
TobyMac – 5/14 (rescheduled, new date 10/13/20)
Lukas Nelson – 11/02 (cancelled)
Josh Turner – 6/12 (rescheduled, new date 3/19/21)
Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan: Grits & Glamour Tour – 10/24 (rescheduled, new date 8/1/20)
*We are working to reschedule the date of postponed events and will alert ticket holders as soon as we have updated information. Fans should hold on to their tickets as they will be valid for the rescheduled performance date. If you can’t attend the rescheduled date, please contact the box office.
Click here for more information from Greene County Health Department on the city’s response plans and preparations.
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If you have any further questions, please contact us at 417-863-9491.