Due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak and the executive order by Gov. Ron DeSantis prohibiting on-site dining, Alhambra Theatre and Dining has canceled its shows and closed its doors until April 26.
“Thank you so much for your patience with us,” Alhambra managing partner Craig
Smith said in a letter to theater patrons. “With that being said, in order to protect our guests and staff, we have decided to cancel all shows now through Sunday, April 26. If you have reservations affected by these changes, you will be contacted via the email we have on file with more information regarding your reservation and Alhambra account. Again, we appreciate your patience with us as our box office staff works hard to accommodate everyone.”
The shows affected include “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” “Singin’ in the Rain” and two Alhambra After Dark shows, “The Everly Brothers Experience” and “American Pride: A Statler Bros. Experience,” which have both been rescheduled for later this year.
“We take our social responsibility very seriously on many levels and we care deeply
about the safety of our guests and our staff,” Smith said in the statement, citing his concerns over the financial well-being of employees.
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