Theatre Coppell patrons:
All things considered, we feel it’s best to cancel our production of “Ripcord.” Health concerns for the cast, the staff, and the audience all lead us to make this unfortunate decision. However, our theatre is not alone; essentially every theatre – amateur or professional – has canceled its upcoming show. Even if the situation improves drastically over the next week or so (and we hope it does), we won’t know that until it’s too late to rehearse and open the show.
For anyone who has made individual ticket purchases online for “Ripcord” or for any season ticket holder, we will do our best to make things right. This cancelation will hurt our theatre financially, not only because we won’t have ticket income, but also because we have already spent significant money on mounting “Ripcord.” Our situation is particularly precarious since we will be moving into the new Arts Center in May and we don’t yet know how everything will work out.
If you feel generous and want to let your reservation stand as a donation, we will appreciate it greatly. If you have bought individual tickets online and wish to be reimbursed, we will do that.
Season ticket holders, we can give you several options. First, of course, is to allow this portion of your season ticket to count as a donation. Secondly, if you choose, we will apply a portion of your cost to purchasing season tickets for next season, which will begin in August. Finally, if you prefer, we will refund 1/6 of your season ticket purchase.
If you want to let your purchase “ride” and count as a donation, you don’t need to do anything. If you want a refund or want to apply the amount to next season’s tickets, please let us know.
In the meantime, please take care and be patient as this crisis plays out. Theatre Coppell sincerely appreciates your support.