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COVID-19 Response

TIP Temporarily Closed to the Public

UPDATE: 11/5/2020

Following the guidelines set by the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, we will remain closed until further notice. We are continuing to work remotely and can be reached at info@theatreinthepark.com and 919.831.6058. Stay safe, be well, and get your tickets for Ira David Wood III's A Christmas Carol streaming directly to you December 2020! 


UPDATE: 9/7/2020

Following the guidelines set by the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, we will remain closed until further notice. We are continuing to work remotely and can be reached at info@theatreinthepark.com and 919.831.6058. Stay safe, be well, and get your tickets for The Wild Women of Winedale streaming directly to you October 2020! 


UPDATE: 7/15/2020

Following the guidelines set by the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, we will remain closed to through September 8, 2020. We are continuing to work remotely and can be reached at info@theatreinthepark.com and 919.831.6058. Stay safe and be well! 


UPDATE: 6/26/2020

Following the guidelines set by the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, we will remain closed to through July 17, 2020. We are continuing to work remotely and can be reached at info@theatreinthepark.com and 919.831.6058. Stay safe and be well! 


UPDATE: 5/25/2020

Following the guidelines set by the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, we will remain closed to through July 6, 2020. We are continuing to work remotely and can be reached at info@theatreinthepark.com and 919.831.6058. Stay safe and be well! 


UPDATE: 4/29/2020

Following the guidelines set by the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, we will remain closed to through May 31, 2020. We are continuing to work remotely and can be reached at info@theatreinthepark.com and 919.831.6058. Stay safe and be well! 

 


UPDATE: 4/20/2020

To Our TIP Family:


It is our dearest hope that you are safe and well during this pandemic.


Thank you for taking the time to fill out our survey on our June production. With so much going on right now we are so grateful you took the time to give us your valuable feedback. We appreciate all of your thoughtful and honest responses. Your responses were collected, and along with government and CDC recommendations, we sat down as a staff to make the most informed and responsible decision possible for our TIP Community. We want you to know that we are taking this very seriously. We miss you and can't wait to see you again, but most importantly we want to keep you safe.


This is an evolving situation. One that seems to take drastic leaps forward, daily. One thing that we do know is that we're not out of the woods yet. With this in mind, we have decided the responsible thing to do is postpone our upcoming production of Edward Albee's WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF. The safety of our patrons, artists, volunteers, and staff are of the utmost importance to us. It's just not Theatre In The Park without you.​ Please use this form for your ticketing needs. If you have any trouble submitting your request please contact us at (919) 831-6058 & info@TheatreInThePark.com. If you have filled out this form and need to amend/make corrections please contact us. ​


We’ll keep a weather eye on the horizon ​
and be together again ​
once the storm passes. ​


Stay safe,​
    be well.​
              With love,​
               -TIP Staff


UPDATE: 3/27/2020

Following the recommendations from the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Wake County Public Health, Raleigh Parks & Recreation has temporarily closed all of its facilities through April 30th. Theatre In The Park will be closed to the public until April 30th. We will be working remotely and you can still reach us at (919) 831-6058 and info@theatreinthepark.com. Your safety is our first priority. Any further updates will be posted here and emailed out to our patrons.

 


UPDATE: 3/19/2020

Following the recommendations from the CDC, Governor Cooper, and Wake County Public Health, Raleigh Parks & Recreation has temporarily closed all of its facilities through April 15th. Theatre In The Park will be closed to the public until April 15th. We will be working remotely and you can still reach us at (919) 831-6058 and info@theatreinthepark.com. Your safety is our first priority. Any further updates will be posted here and emailed out to our patrons.


UPDATE: 3/13/2020

Dear Patrons,

Like most of the world, our eyes and ears have been glued to the news outlets on any updates with the COVID-19 outbreak.  We want you to know that we are taking this very seriously and our office staff is making every effort to learn how we can better serve you and care for your safety.

This is an evolving situation. One that seems to take drastic leaps forward, daily. With this in mind, we have decided the most prudent thing to do is postpone our upcoming production of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner until 2021. The safety of our patrons, artists, and staff are of the utmost importance to us.

We do ask for patience as we navigate this new timeline of events. If you are currently holding tickets for Guess Who's Coming to Dinnerplease use this form to submit a refund or exchange request.

You may also contact us at info@theatreinthepark.com and (919) 831-6058 with any questions or concerns. 

When events like this occur, a lot of theatres take a hard hit. We encourage you to adopt the idea of making donations to your local theatres and other arts organizations if you are able. 


We hope you stay safe and we'll see you in June!

-TIP Staff

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