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Announcing our 2019-2020 Theater Season

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Dear Theater at the 14th Street Y patrons,

Due to the risk that the COVID-19 coronavirus poses to older adults and those with chronic illnesses in our community, we are taking important steps to encourage social distancing and limit the potential transmission of the virus.

After careful consideration, The Theater at the 14th Street Y has decided to postpone all productions beginning Thursday, March 12 until further notice. This includes final performances of the Women’s History Solo shows, performances by AfterWork Theater, LABA Fest, and all other shows happening within this time frame.

As a community center and theater that prides itself on being a safe place for artists, theatergoers, and community members, we feel it is necessary to step up to ensure public health and safety are a priority.

We have temporarily relaxed our ticket refund and exchange policies to ensure that we are able to best serve our patrons. For exchanges, our team will be in touch with new dates and availability in the coming weeks. For refunds, if possible, we ask you to consider donating the cost of your ticket back to the 14th Street Y so that we can continue to be home for artists and to pay our collaborators and support staff. If not, we understand, and ask that you reach out to frontofhouse@14streety.org for refunds.

We deeply appreciate your flexibility and cooperation in this uncharted territory. We know that as New Yorkers, we are resilient and committed to keeping our city safe for all.

Thank you.

Best,

David Stallings
Director of Arts + Culture
14th Street Y

Arts and culture are an integral part of all Educational Alliance programming. We focus on fostering creativity in the arts for people of all ages and abilities.

The Theater at the 14th Street Y focuses on social awareness and change through big picture narrative.  Inspired by works that welcome artists of all backgrounds, we place artists at the heart of our community and seek to create an inclusive and open cultural experience for all.

Learn more about the Educational Alliance premier Art School, located at the Manny Cantor Center, 197 E. Broadway.