An important update regarding COVID-19
We take the health and well-being of our community very seriously. Because of Auburn University's announcement that all classes will be conducted remotely for the rest of the spring semester, we've had to make the extremely difficult decision to cancel Marion Bridge.
Theatre is about live human connection and interaction.
The art lives in a realm where a single moment is unique in a hundred different ways because of the relationship between those onstage, backstage, and the audience. This pandemic is so devastating to the arts community because it deprives us of being able to share these experiences.
But right now, it is more important that we protect and care for those who work with us, our students, faculty and staff, and our patrons. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from Auburn University and government agencies. We will continue to help our communities as needed. As always, we are grateful for all the support of Auburn University Theatre and cannot wait to welcome everyone back into the Telfair B. Peet Theatre as soon as safely possible.
An announcement of the 2020-21 Season will be available digitally through email and other platforms. We have an absolutely thrilling season planned and we cannot wait to share it! Please make sure to stay connected with us via Instagram and Facebook.
Creativity doesn't quit, so neither do we!
Though for the time being, the Telfair Peet doors are closed, that doesn't mean we stop sharing. We are part of a strong and resilient community that is staying connected through any possible digital means; students are attending EVERY class, including ballet and acting via zoom, artists are providing video performances online for FREE, and so much more.
For detailed information about the current situation, please visit Auburn's COVID-19 information page that will be updated daily.
Last Updated: March 24, 2020