Dear Friends and Patrons,

As we enter the month of April we wanted to update you on our plans for upcoming programming and productions. It is important to understand that the timeline is still unknown. The situation is continually changing, so this is simply a plan. Nothing is final, and we will continue to adapt as necessary as we get a better idea of the timeline for recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. First and foremost, Keystone Theatrics is, and will continue to be, committed to the health and safety of our audiences, performers, volunteers, and staff, and that will drive all decision making.

Please read the following carefully:

-The production of The Marvelous Wonderettes has been cancelled. Those who have already purchased tickets will be contacted when the Box Office reopens in regards to their options. Please be patient and wait for us to reach out to you when the box office can reopen.

-The production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, originally scheduled for April 24-May 10, has been postponed. We hope to open this production on June 19, where The Marvelous Wonderettes was slated to open the 2020-21 Season. Previously purchased tickets will automatically be transferred to the new show dates. We ask that you please do not call until that time, and appreciate your patience, understanding, and flexibility. When the Allenberry Resort reopens and we are able to reopen our box office, you will be contacted and given the opportunity to exchange tickets for a different date or different production entirely.

Grease auditions are tentatively rescheduled for May 17 and 18. Audition information is available on our website. We will monitor these dates and adjust accordingly again if necessary.

All ticket sales are currently suspended. Suspending new sales will allow us to better manage the situation if things need to change again. When a better timeline of events becomes more apparent, ticket sales will reopen and announcement will be made.

Again, these are not easy decisions or ones we take lightly. We are so thankful for the support we have received during this time and cannot wait for the day we are able to reopen the doors of the Playhouse once again.

We will continue to update you at and through our social media. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at and we will get back to you when we are able.

Please take care of yourselves; stay safe, stay healthy, stay home.


Keystone Theatrics Board of Directors and Staff