An update for our dedicated patrons and volunteers

An update for our dedicated patrons and volunteers

2021 Productions and Special Events

Landmark Community Theatre prepares to begin reopening after COVID-19

Landmark Community Theatre has been hard at work getting the Thomaston Opera House into shape for a post COVID-19 reopening.  It is crucial that the new operations follow all of the COVID safe recommendations set out by the CDC, Department of Health and the state of Connecticut.  This includes providing hand sanitizing stations, socially separated seating, temperature checks, cleaning all surfaces and purifying the air.  

Through a grant from the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation the Opera House has been refitted with touch-less faucets and dispensers in the restrooms.  Each entrance and other areas have touch-less hand sanitizers.  The facility’s HVAC system has been retrofitted with Infrared UV light filters to purify the recycled air.  The system also introduces fresh outside air at the same time.  Landmark also purchased an ionizing disinfecting sprayer to be used before and after performances to ensure clean surfaces.

Other systems have been modified to include a box office system change to automatically create separation of two seats on either side of ticket orders.  Landmark has also temporarily removed every other row of seats for further separation.  Revisions continue on a house staffing plan to provide instruction for cleaning, social separation and crowd control.  

The first public performance is scheduled for May 1, 2021 at 8:00 PM when the Thomaston High School Project Graduation Committee presents the standup comedian Tom Cotter.  This is a fundraiser that was postponed from Spring of 2020 when it was canceled due to the pandemic.

Landmark Community Theatre has also solidified it’s 2021 theatrical schedule.  Two shows postponed during 2020 will be presented beginning this Summer.  The Sound of Music is slated to open this July.  Kinky Boots originally scheduled in the Spring of 2020 will be rescheduled to October of this year.  The holiday production will be the community theatre debut of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer the Musical in December.  

The 2021 season will begin with a small cast comedy called The Foursome by Norm Foster. The play is a full-length comedy. Four old school chums get together for a friendly round of golf after a college reunion. An early morning tee-off and these fellows are carrying more than just their golf bags! Old rivalries, romances, and bragging rights are won and lost in 18 entertaining holes.

Landmark Community Theatre is eager to welcome patrons back to the Opera House.  Many ticket holders have been waiting for over a year to take their seats for their selected productions.  Landmark will be honoring all reserved tickets at their corresponding rescheduled performance in 2021.  However, all ticket holders will be allowed free exchanges to other performances or credits to use during any other production in the future.  These credits are similar to gift certificates in that they do not expire.  They will maintain full admission values even if ticket prices rise over time.  

All ticket inquiries and purchases may be made on our website, by emailing tickets@landmarkcommunitytheatre.org or by calling the box office at 860-283-6250.  Box office hours remain limited awaiting the return of vaccination volunteers.  

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