Woodlawn Theatre Classes and Performances to Continue as Scheduled

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Woodlawn Theatre has announced that all classes and performances will go on as scheduled for the time being. However, they have announced some safety precautions they are taking due to virus.

Read the statement below:

Woodlawn Theatre understands the concerns of our patrons regarding virus (novel virus) when visiting Woodlawn Theatre and the Woodlawn Theatre Academy. The safety, security, and well-being of our patrons, students, teachers, volunteers, and employees is of the utmost importance to our organization.

Please know that we are closely monitoring the evolving virus situation, and while currently, San Antonio is considered a low-risk community, Woodlawn Theatre is taking steps to ensure our spaces remain safe for visitors and staff. We are increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in all public areas beyond the standard daily schedule. We will be thoroughly wiping down all theatre seats after every Woodlawn Theatre mainstage and Woodlawn Theatre Academy youth production performance. We encourage patrons to make use of soap and paper towels available in all restrooms when visiting the theatre. In addition, we will be temporarily suspending meet and greet opportunities with mainstage and youth performers after every show.

As of now, no scheduled performances or classes are canceled. We are following the lead of our city, state and federal elected officials as we implement strategies recommended by public health authorities and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

We ask that anyone who is experiencing cold or flu symptoms, or who is not feeling well, to stay home and contact the Woodlawn Theatre Box Office at 210-267-8388 to exchange your tickets. We are waiving all ticket exchange fees currently. If you begin to feel ill while at a show, we encourage you to notify theatre management immediately.

Thank you for your patronage. We will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis and will keep you informed of any changes.

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