Update on COVID-19

We are very sorry to announce that to be responsive to COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) and the current public health situation, we have made the very difficult decision to cancel the remaining performances of the Arizona Repertory Theatre season. Following the recommendations from public health officials regarding slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and in conjunction with University of Arizona’s decision to limit campus operations, The School of Theatre, Film & Television has made the decision to cancel all performances and events through April. This includes the upcoming seasons of The Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Light in the Piazza.

We will waive our current policy and issue refunds to those who request it, but for those concerned about the financial impact on our educational resources we will gladly convert your ticket dollars to a direct, tax-deductible, donation to the School of Theatre, Film & Television. Your contribution will go directly toward our students’ education, and we thank you in advance for your consideration.

Please reach out to us at or (520) 621-1162 if you have questions or would like to make arrangements. 

The health and well-being of our community is the top priority at the University of Arizona and for our entire performing arts family. Thank you for your understanding during this challenging time. 


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