A Promise To You…Our Drury Lane Family
The challenge of sharing live musical theatre with you, our patrons, partners, members, and volunteers has never been so great. It is heartbreaking to have to further postpone our 2021 season, however we simply cannot ensure the safety of everyone.
We are all thirsting for the day when we can once again step back from our day-to-day lives, laugh or hum a tune, or be part of an audience that is sharing magical moments of joy. While the basic human need for real connections to shared stories in dance, song and word remains strong, Drury Lane renews our promise to you to continue the work of preparing our company’s recovery and reopening from this lengthy intermission.
You, our audience, and members have rallied to our support with kind words of encouragement, exchanging unused tickets for credit on future purchases or donating the value of your tickets when possible. Thank you for your continued support.
As we continue the process of planning for the time when we can reopen, we encourage you to sign up for our Libretto newsletter and check out our website blog. Our first responsibility must be safety. As part of our Duty of Care promise to our patrons, members, volunteers and partners, we will do everything possible to ensure that when you do revisit our theatre, it will be with confidence in our safety measures.
As conditions continue to evolve and we adapt our programming schedule, we request that you continue your kind support of Drury Lane. Check back for updates. Please stay safe and know that we are looking forward to humming a tune with you once we return to the stage.
About Drury Lane
Drury Lane relies heavily on the hard work of an army of volunteers in order to bring live musical theatre to our community, but it