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Broadway In Detroit & COVID-19
Broadway In Detroit & COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Broadway In Detroit & The Broadway League along with its partners are closely monitoring the evolving coronavirus situation. The safety and security of our theatregoers and employees is our highest priority.
We are following the lead of local, state, and federal elected officials as we implement strategies recommended by public health authorities and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in all of our theatres and offices as all productions continue to play as scheduled.
We have significantly increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in all public and backstage areas beyond our standard daily schedule, and we have added alcohol-based sanitizers for public use in the lobby of the Fisher Theatre. We invite patrons to make use of soap, paper towels, and tissues available in all restrooms.
As an added precaution, all non-essential cast activities are canceled for all performances until further notice. This includes “Stage Door” and other opportunities for cast members to meet & greet or sign autographs with Broadway In Detroit fans.
We remain vigilant, and we are prepared to make decisions based on current recommendations, as well as in response to changing conditions.
Guests who are experiencing cold or flu symptoms, or who are not feeling well, are encouraged to stay home and contact their point of purchase (Ticketmaster, The Fisher Theatre Box Office, or the Broadway In Detroit Subscriptions & Group Sales offices) for more information about ticket exchanges and refunds.
Broadway In Detroit is not responsible for tickets sold through third-party resellers. Patrons who have purchased tickets through third party resellers should contact their point of purchase regarding the resellers’ policies.