Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Cancels All Performances and Events Through May 30
"During these unprecedented times, all of us at the Kravis Center recognize our duty to continue taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of our staff, patrons, artists and our community," says Judith Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer. "In response to new recommendations regarding the spread of the COVID-19 Virus, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all performances and events at the Center through May 30."
"Built by and for this community over 28 years ago, the Kravis Center depends on ticket sales and contributions to be able to present world-class entertainment and comprehensive arts education programs, so we hope you will consider becoming a donor during these challenging times," she adds. "The Kravis Center, like so many arts organizations that play such an important part in our community, rely on these tax deductible donations to continue serving both residents and visitors."
Those interested in making a donation to the Center can do so today by visiting kravis.org/giving (http://www.kravis.org/
For patrons holding tickets through May 30, please consider the following options:
· Tickets can be donated to the Center as a 100% tax deductible contribution
· A gift certificate can be issued, which will not expire and can be used at any time, for future seasons and performances
• A refund will be issued. (The Kravis Center is not responsible for refund practices put in place by secondary ticket providers.)
Due to the numerous performances and events that have been canceled, the Kravis Center appreciates your patience during this process. All refunds will be completed between 30-45 days from the performance date.
For more information on this matter, please visit kravis.org/COVID-