All of our events will be produced without a live audience until further notice in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health of our performers, speakers, guests, and staff. All tickets will be refunded in full.
But we also have some good news: The show will go on! Select performances, including the premiere screening of Imara Jones’ short documentary The Future of Trans (March 31, International Transgender Day of Visibility), and the debut of pianist Jeremy Denk’s Artist in Residence series (April 7) will be offered as live video streams and for on-demand viewing here on our site and on our Facebook and YouTube pages.
Access to our video streams is free, registration is not required, and everyone who watches live can participate virtually with questions and comments via Twitter and Facebook or by emailing us at email@example.com.
In difficult times, we need culture and the arts as a source of reflection, renewal and joy. We are committed to keeping our community safe and healthy, and delighted to be able to continue supporting some of our city’s most extraordinary artists and thinkers. We hope these free online programs will help keep people connected with each other and boost the creative spirit of our city during this challenging time.
We’re grateful to you, as always, for your support and will continue to keep you updated on our spring schedule. Take good care, and we hope to see you here again soon.