As containment of the coronavirus continues, so do the announcements of cancellations and closures.
The Dallas Opera
The Dallas Opera’s Kern Wildenthal General Director/CEO Ian Derrer announced that “we have made the difficult decision to cancel all performances, education and community engagement programs and donor events through April 28, 2020. This includes all performances of Verdi’s Don Carlo, the double bill of Pulcinella/La voix humaine, and the first two performances (April 24 and April 26) of The Barber of Seville.”
Regarding advance purchases for these canceled performances, Ian has provided the following options:
- You may donate the value of your ticket or tickets as a much-needed tax-deductible gift to TDO
- You may credit the value of your tickets to your account and decide on a future Dallas Opera performance later this season or in the 2020/2021 Season
- You may apply the value of your tickets to the purchase of a TDO season subscription or your subscription renewal for 2020/2021
- You may request that the purchase price be fully refunded to the original method of payment
Dallas Summer Musicals
The remaining performance of the current production of Come Away From have been canceled with the plan to reschedule them at a later date.
Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center and the West Dallas Multipurpose Center
Closed until Friday, March 20. The Foremost Family Health Clinic is not affected by this closure.
Area church services
In addition to the Diocese of Catholic suspending public masses until Monday, March 30, other religious organizations are asking elderly members to worship at home and/or attend via streaming services. Please check with your temple or house of worship about any adjustments to their programs.