Dear Guild Hall patron,
As you may know from our recent email, we have been closely monitoring official developments and recommendations around the COVID-19 virus. Guild Hall is determined to follow preventive measures that are in the best interest of our artists, audiences, students, volunteers, and staff. As such, we have made the decision to suspend all programs at Guild Hall, including those in The John Drew Theater, the Guild Hall Museum, and our Classroom, through March 31.
We feel it is our responsibility as a place of community gathering to do our part to assist government, health, and local officials in slowing the spread of this virus. We will be offering full refunds for all shows through March 31, or the opportunity to reschedule for a future performance. Donations of ticket fees as a contribution to Guild Hall are also deeply appreciated. We thank you for your patience as we begin to communicate with our ticket buyers, and issue refunds.
We take this situation very seriously and will continue to monitor and follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and our local agencies. We will implement additional measures should they become necessary, and will keep you informed.
Fundamental to Guild Hall’s founding remains the belief that the arts nourish the roots of our society, connect us, and provide an antidote to troubled times. In order to continue providing cultural programming to our patrons during this time of uncertainty, we will be livestreaming select content like gallery tours of the Artist Members Exhibition as available. These programs will not be open to the public but will be created for online audiences only. This page will be updated regularly. Check back for the latest information.