An Announcement from
our Artistic Director

Dear Friends of Prospect Theater Project,

We are cancelling all performances and events at Prospect Theater Project, effective immediately (Wed, March 18), through April 30.

The performance calendar for May and June will likely shift due to postponements.  The June fundraiser will be postponed until a later date.  We will keep you updated as the situation develops and if/when new dates solidify for postponed events.

Performances/Events CANCELLED by Temporary Closure:
This weekend’s final four performances of The Effect
The March 28th Play Reading of Branden Jacob-Jenkins’ Gloria
The April 4th Radio Cavalcade performance
The April 5th special event featuring Spencer Day

Performances/Events Postponed or Adjusted by Temporary Closure
May performances of Patrick Marber’s highly acclaimed After Miss Julie
June 7th Party in the Park fundraiser

If you had previously purchased tickets to a date which is now cancelled, please email us at  Some folks may want to donate the ticket cost, or exchange for an event after May 1st.  Email us and let us know how you would like to proceed at this time.  We are a small not-for-profit theater that relies on ticket sales and donations to keep our doors open, so we hope folks consider donating or exchanging first, but we will work with all patrons’ needs.

On a bright note!  We are researching ways to record The Effect and host a private live-stream of the recording this Sunday for ticketholders, followed by a publicly live-streamed talkback with the cast and director.  We will reach out as soon as we have more information about this possible opportunity!

Our community’s health and well-being are vitally important to us, and it is necessary for everyone to do their part to aid local and national efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.  Stay at home as much as possible, avoid close contact (6 feet or less) with others outside the home, wash your hands often – there are many preventative measures to help slow and contain the virus.  Please visit the World Health Organization’s website for up-to-date information about developments.  They are a trusted source of information.

Keep your eyes on our Instagram and Facebook over the coming weeks.  We will be sharing some mood-boosters and resources to help folks get through this.  Periodic emails from us with updates, information, and “mental sorbets” (refreshment for your mental palate!) will pop up in your inbox as well – but if you’re ever in immediate need of info, please feel free to reach out.  We’re available via email or Facebook Messenger.  Stay connected, even in disconnected times.

Sending you love and gratitude, from all of us at Prospect Theater Project