The Garden Theatre announces new dates for 2020-2021 season, now kicking off in late August

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Winter Garden's Garden Theatre has announced a revised set of opening dates for their 2020-2021 season of productions  now starting in late August of this year  and the steps they will be taking to ensure theatergoers have a safer experience when the doors of this venerable venue are open again.

The new schedule for their 2020-2021 slate of shows is:

Hello, Dolly!: Aug. 27-Sept. 27, 2020
Ugly Lies the Bone: Oct. 7-18, 2020
Matilda The Musical: Nov. 19-Dec. 20, 2020
A Class Act: Jan. 27-Feb. 7, 2021
A Raisin in the Sun: March 3-4, 2021
Beauty and the Beast: April 22-May 30, 2021
The Bodyguard: July 9-Aug. 1, 2021

A production of A Class Act will be replacing the previously-announced Parade. Additionally, Garden Theatre management has announced plans to introduce distanced seating and reduced theater capacity in line with social distancing guidelines for all shows through A Raisin in the Sun. The theater will return to full capacity for Beauty and the Beast in April of next year.

Visit the Garden Theatre's website for more information.


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