UPDATE ON OPERA HOUSE OPERATIONS DURING COVID-19 SITUATION
The Clayton Opera House has announced several adjustments to the start of its 2020 performance season due to federal and state guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On March 12, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a ban on public gatherings of 500 or more and a restriction on smaller gatherings, and on March 15, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended that gatherings of 50 or more people be postponed for the next eight weeks.
Clayton Opera House staff members are monitoring the public health situation regarding COVID-19, and the Opera House is rescheduling some near-future shows.
Please reference the following list to keep up to date on any rescheduled or cancelled performances. Any tickets purchased for a rescheduled show will be honored at the rescheduled performance. Those who cannot attend on the new show date should call the box office to discuss other options.
The following shows have been cancelled or rescheduled: The Trews- Rescheduled for October 16th, 2020 Bill Anderson- Rescheduled for August 26th, 2020 Comedian, Mike Marino- Cancelled for 2020 Mayhem Poets-Rescheduled for September 18th, 2020 Band of Heathens-Cancelled for 2020 Tom Rush-Rescheduled for October 8th, 2020 Shawn Colvin- Cancelled for 2020, possible rescheduling for 2021 The Capitol Steps- Rescheduled for September 2nd & 3rd, 2020 The High Kings- Rescheduled for August 18th, 2021 The David Bromberg Quintet- Rescheduled for June 10th, 2021 The Steeldrivers- Rescheduled for July 22nd, 2021 Comedian, Jen Kober- Cancelled for 2020 Decarlo- Cancelled for 2020 Soulsha- Rescheduled for July 1st, 2021 The Edwards Twins- Cancelled for 2020
We apologize for any inconveniences that these changes in scheduling might have caused. Tickets for summer events are available now available for purchase, either online or by calling the box office at 315-686-2200. The Clayton Opera House performance hall and box office will not be open to public access until federal and state restrictions have been lifted.
During the temporary closure, Opera House staff will disinfect all performance areas of the venue, including wiping down all surfaces, cleaning all areas and cleaning the carpets.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.