In an email letter to supporters this week, Sellersville Theater said its plans to reopen for live performances was being put on hold due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania.
This week’s email from owners Elayne Brick and William Quigley and staff followed one last week that detailed plans to reopen safely.
“Currently, because of the rise in coronavirus cases both in Pa. and nationally, we need to take a step back,” the email said. “We will not have any live performances until coronavirus cases are back under control and our Governor says we are allowed to.”
The box office is open for ticket sales to future shows and questions about postponed shows.
The theater will continue live-streaming its Soundbooth Sessions, which feature a concert and conversation with an artist, either live on the theater’s stage or from their home. Viewers can support both the artists and the venue by paying what they wish while they watch. They also can order takeout and a cocktail from The Washington House to eat while they view the show.
The Washington House is open for lunch and dinner, either on the patio or inside. Visit the theater and the restaurant online for information.