UNCSA announces changes to March “UNCSA Presents” events
UNCSA has announced that the upcoming “UNCSA Presents” presentation of “Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure,” scheduled for March 29, has been canceled, and “The Choir of Man,” scheduled for March 31, has been postponed. Each of the two touring presentations, which were to take place at the Stevens Center, has had to make these changes due to municipal and state directives stemming from response to COVID-19. Information about a rescheduled presentation of “The Choir of Man” will be announced at a later date.
Ticket buyers can request refunds through the Stevens Center Box Office or designate the value of their ticket purchase as a donation to UNCSA. Ticket holders for “The Choir of Man” can retain their ticket for a future rescheduled performance (to be announced). All refund requests must be made by April 15.
“We are disappointed that we will not be able to present these ‘UNCSA Presents’ shows this month, but understand the concerns of the touring groups and want to support them in doing everything we can to help prioritize the health and safety of our community during this unprecedented time,” said Wiley Hausam, managing director of performance facilities at UNCSA and curator of “UNCSA Presents.”
UNCSA previously announced that all student and guest artist performances are suspended through April 5 to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. In addition, Piedmont Opera has canceled its performances of “The King and I” scheduled for the Stevens Center; The Winston-Salem Symphony has canceled its April 5 and 7 concerts scheduled for the Stevens Center; and RiverRun International Film Festival, which typically utilizes the UNCSA ACE Exhibition Complex, has canceled all screenings.
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