The health and safety of our audiences and team members are our top priority, and we are closely monitoring the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are following the guidance of provincial and local health officials, the NS Public Health Authority, and the World Health Organization. At this time the NS Public Health Authority recommends limiting events to no more than 150 people. None of our currently scheduled events, including Softly, now, has a capacity that approaches that number. We are prepared to modify plans as the situation evolves.
Anyone who has purchased tickets to Softly, now or our workshop series can be assured that they have the option of a full refund. To return your tickets, simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you like, instead of a refund you can turn your ticket purchase into a donation and receive a tax receipt. 2b gratefully acknowledges the valuable support we receive from our individual donors.
Being with our audience in real time is an important part of the theatre experiences we create. We are thinking about ways of gathering in digital rather than physical spaces and we are working on a livestream version of elements of Softly, now. Especially in a time of social distancing, we want to help people stay connected. Stay tuned for more details next week.
Some folks are finding media and public responses to COVID-19 stressful. It can be helpful during periods of anxiety to find ways to ground yourself in the present to help prevent your mind from bouncing around between anxious thoughts. Here are some ways to do that.