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A Note on COVID-19's Impact: 

Due to the ever-changing situation in regard to COVID-19, please note that information below is subject to change. Please check with individual businesses/venues for the most up-to-date information. Thank you!

POSTPONED: Night Mother

Postponements and Cancellations


Due to developments resulting from the coronavirus (COVID-19), Centre Stage has made the difficult decision to further delay and to cancel the openings of the upcoming Mainstage and Fringe series shows.  The opening of 9 to 5 the Musical is postponed until July 16th.  The opening of ‘Night, Mother is postponed until August 4th.  If all goes according to plan, 9 to 5 will have performances on 7/16-8/9, Thursdays through Sundays while ‘Night, Mother will perform on 8/4 and 8/5.  Our productions of Around the World in 80 Days and Water by the Spoonful are, unfortunately, cancelled.  Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story will be moved to kick off our 2020-2021 season on September 10th.  Godspell will be moved to the 2021-2022 season.  Rhinestone Cowboy, our cabaret scheduled for April 14th, will be streamed online and take place as scheduled.  2020 – 2021 season packages will go on sale in July.


Our priority, of course, is to adhere to the measures outlined by public officials to ensure the safety of our patrons, artists, staff, and the general public.  We will assess the ongoing situation weekly and determine if we need to extend the postponements in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.


If you already have tickets to performances no longer occurring, the following three options are available:



  • Credit your ticket value toward a future Centre Stage performance

  • Donate your ticket and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value

  • Request a refund


We encourage patrons to donate, if possible, to help Centre Stage through this difficult time.  Please contact the box office (864-233-6733) if you have questions or need to discuss options.  


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