LEBOWSKY CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS & COVID-19
It’s hard to believe, that our curtain has been drawn for nearly 6 months. Sadly, what we love doing most has been identified among the highest risk activities associated with the spread of COVID -19 which is entertaining and bringing large groups of people together in enclosed spaces for extended periods of time.
We eagerly anticipate our return to the stage with exciting new shows. And even though we cannot predict exactly when that will be, we can predict that our performances will be entertaining, inspiring, and uplifting as we move beyond the pandemic.
3 WAYS YOU CAN HELP RIGHT NOW
1. KEEP YOUR TICKETS or DONATE THEM
We have been processing refunds since mid March. This is our largest source of concern at this time.
Sorry we are no longer processing refunds. Tickets to postponed performance will still be good for that future show. Tickets for cancelled events will be held as a credit to your account for future shows. Thank you so much for understandng.
2. DON’T WAIT TO RENEW – Memberships and Flex Passes
In April and May, we rely on memberships and season Flex Pass sales to cover facility operating costs during the summer months. This year, it is more crucial than ever to have that support as early as possible.
CLICK HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER OR TO RENEW A CURRENT MEMBERSHIP
We promise an incredible 2020-2021 season, but we urge current season ticket holders to renew their Flex Passes as soon as our new season is announced. Please don’t wait. Watch for more details coming soon.
3. DONATE WHAT YOU CAN
We know everyone is facing the uncertainty of the COVID-19 situation, but every little bit helps. Please consider a direct donation to The Lebowsky Center for Performing Arts today to support our mission.
The recently passed stimulus bill allows for a one-time, above-the-line deduction for cash contributions of up to $300 made to certain qualifying charities. All taxpayers would be eligible to take the deduction, even people who use the standard deduction. The incentive applies to contributions made in 2020 and would be claimed on tax forms next year. The new deduction would not apply to noncash gifts or to gifts contributed to donor-advised funds.
The Lebowsky Center for Performing Arts is still under the heavy burden of our Rebuild! debt and the threat to our existence is very real. We are very hopeful, with the help of your loyalty, generosity, and support, The Lebowsky Center for Performing Arts will not only weather this crisis but come out of it stronger and better than ever before.
We truly appreciate your investment in all arts and cultural organizations, and on their behalf as well as our own, we thank you.