News from The Coterie

05/15/2020

The Coterie Theatre School will hold its summer performance camp and drama classes as both live, interactive online instruction as well as in-person classes (whenever possible) throughout the summer. Classes in June will be held as virtual sessions online. An announcement regarding July classes being held in-person or virtually will be issued June 15, 2020.

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04/17/2020

Given the extraordinary events of recent weeks and out of concern for the safety and health of our actors, designers, staff, and audience members, The Coterie regretfully must postpone its production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. We are committed to producing the show as the summer musical in our upcoming 2020/2021 season, with exact performance dates to be determined. Postponing The Little Mermaid was not a decision we made lightly as we know it is extremely painful for everyone involved. However, we are confident that postponing until next summer will allow us to celebrate this iconic family musical properly.

For individuals with tickets to a performance that has been cancelled, you have two options:

  • Donate your ticket(s) back to us; ticket donations are tax deductible and you will be mailed a donation receipt in the coming weeks. We thank you for your generosity during this challenging time.
  • Keep your tickets and use them for a performance next season; you will be mailed complimentary ticket vouchers in the coming weeks. The vouchers will be good for tickets for a production in the upcoming 2020-2021 season.

Individuals with tickets to a performance of The Little Mermaid that has been cancelled, please fill out the following form:

 

03/16/2020

The health and safety of our audience, staff, and artists is of the utmost importance to us. In accordance with Kansas City’s State of Emergency proclamation, and per new CDC guidance, we have decided to cancel all remaining performances of Puffs as well as postpone our upcoming production of Pete the Cat until Spring 2021.

Cancelling performances is an extremely difficult decision to make, but we know it is the socially responsible thing to do in order to best serve our community.

It is impossible to cancel performances without creating serious and lasting hardships for our company, our staff, and our artists. We ask for your patience and support during this incredibly difficult time, as we navigate these challenges. We've created online forms to expedite your requests. Please be aware that our box office is receiving an extremely high volume of calls. If you request a call back we will respond as soon as possible, but your patience is greatly appreciated.

For individuals with tickets to a performance that has been cancelled, you have two options:

  • Donate your ticket(s) back to us; ticket donations are tax deductible and you will be mailed a donation receipt in the coming weeks. We thank you for your generosity during this challenging time.
  • Keep your tickets and use them for either a rescheduled or later performance; you will be mailed complimentary ticket vouchers in the coming weeks. The vouchers will be good for tickets for a production later in the current season OR in the upcoming 2020-2021 season.

Individuals with tickets to a performance of Pete the Cat that has been cancelled, please fill out the following form:

For groups with a booking to a performance of Pete the Cat that has been cancelled, please fill out the following form:


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