Despite being allowed to re-open with up to 50 people last Friday, the Capitol Centre will continue to only offer their virtual programming.
Caroline Parnell-Barry, Marketing Director for the Centre says in a release that gathering sizes will need to increase “quite a bit more” before it can host movies or live entertainment in a financially responsible way.
The new 2020-2021 programming season will be introduced this fall with performances taking place in the winter and spring. The Centre hopes this will allow sufficient time for gathering sizes to grow.
“We will continue our virtual programming efforts including our benefit concerts on our Facebook page since we can’t yet host live events with large gatherings in the theatre,” says Katina Connolly, Executive Director. “However, we are excited to share that the WKP Kennedy Gallery is open now and welcoming visitors by appointment only for exhibition viewings.”
Anyone interested in visiting the new OUR BODIES, OUR LAND exhibition at the WKP Kennedy Gallery are asked to pre-book their visit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Visitors are required to wear masks and respect physical distancing.