2020 - 2021
Stage III's Plan of Action for COVID-19:
To all of our valued patrons and volunteers:
Stage III has been actively watching the rise of COVID-19 and will be taking all precautions necessary.
Please keep an eye on this page, or our Facebook page, for updates.
For our upcoming season:
- Masks will be required to enter the theater and must be worn at all times in the building.
- All patrons must keep 6 feet apart. There will be marked spaces throughout the building.
- Hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the building.
- There is limited and assigned seating in order to keep everyone six feet apart. Our volunteers will be there to provide a smooth transition.
- Concessions will only be available for purchase during intermission.
- Our actors will also be practicing these precautions, and all volunteers' temperatures are taken upon arrival.
In the case that we get shut down again, we will do everything in our power to still provide you with live theatre. There is a chance performances could be cancelled the day of. In this case, please keep an eye on our Facebook page where there will be daily updates.
Thank you for your time and understanding. We will see you soon.
Stage III Community Theatre
COMING MARCH 26TH!
We here at Stage III Community Theatre have come to the difficult decision that due to the current COVID-19 regulations we are going to postpone 9to5: The Musical until a time in which these regulations have lifted. We would love to do this musical and we would love to produce it to the best of our capabilities but with current restrictions we feel that it would be best if we wait until a time when we can sing without masks, have a full cast of wonderful people, and show it to as many people as we have seats. We apologize for having to cancel this show.
In lieu of 9to5 we will be putting up a small, fun, murder mystery called Murder on West Moon Street since we have yet to do a murder mystery this season. Here is a quick tidbit about the show: "Young Lord Arthur is deliriously happy – just down from Oxford and engaged to be married – when a mysterious palm reader predicts that he will commit a murder."