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Posted Thursday, May 28th, 2020

2020 Season Shows Rescheduled, Postponed or Cancelled

Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown has suspended all public performances, classes and events through July 31 due to the COVID–19 outbreak in New Jersey.

“The health and safety of our patrons, performers, volunteers and staff is paramount during this crisis. After consulting with our local officials, we believe the responsible action to take at this time is to suspend public events and to do our part to slow down the spread of this virus,” said MPAC President and CEO Allison Larena.COVID-19: Mayo Performing Arts Center Readjusts Schedule Due to Pandemic

If you have tickets to any scheduled shows, you are asked to please wait for an email with instructions about new dates, account credits, donating tickets back to the theatre or refunds. Mayo officials say it will take some time to sort out rescheduled dates.

Mayo officials say their staff is contacting ticket holders from the most current events and moving forward, so it may be some time before they get to your event. They say that calling them now will slow down the process of dealing with ticketholders for the most immediate events.

MPAC administrative offices are closed but their staff is working remotely and full time and will return calls and emails as soon as possible. The box office staff also is working remotely and returning messages and emails during typical box office hours of 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday.

March and April refunds have been processed. If you have not received your refund, you are asked to send an email at [email protected].

Please click here for a comprehensive look at the status of scheduled shows, from Herman’s Hermits and Indigo Girls to the Russian National Ballet and Tracy Morgan.