Lucky Penny Productions Suspends Programming Through End of March Due to COVID-19

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Lucky Penny Productions Suspends Programming Through End of March Due to COVID-19

Lucky Penny Productions has just released the following statement in regards to future programming:

Hello Friends of Lucky Penny,

As you may know, there have been many advisories regarding the virus virus. As of last night, the Governor issued a recommendation that small theatre companies like ours, among other organizations who draw crowds, suspend their activities until the end of March.

With your health in mind as loyal patrons, volunteers, and artists, we are compelled to follow this recommendation, and therefore will be postponing the upcoming production of "Sweeney Todd." The production was scheduled to open next Friday March 20th and we are moving it to a slot this May-June.

If you have a ticket to an upcoming performance of "Sweeney Todd" we will transfer it to the corresponding date for the run in June and will be contacting you individually. If you cannot attend the show at that time of year, we will be happy to give you a credit for any future Lucky Penny Production. It is going to take us sometime to go through all of the reticketing that needs to take place, so we ask for your patience and understanding. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have at info@luckypennynapa.com.

At this time, all Napa Academy of Performing Arts classes will be postponed until March 27th, and will plan to extend past the current course end date to make up for lost time. For questions regarding the Academy please contact Program Director Karen Pinomaki at luckypennyacademypd@gmail.com.

We hope that after two weeks or so of social distancing that the spread of the virus will diminish, and we will begin returning to regular operations. However, we just have to take it one day at a time.

We value each and every one of you and thank you for your understanding. (Apologies in advance if you get this email more than once.)

Taylor and Barry

Co-Founders, Lucky Penny Productions



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