Temporary Closure of Granbury Opera House

July 15, 2020

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the closure of the historic Granbury Opera House until further notice.

Suspending Granbury Theatre Company operations again was something we tried to avoid, and we developed protocols that exceeded state and local requirements.  However, our protocols – no matter how stringent and no matter how closely followed – are not enough given the rise of cases in our state and the recent positive cases within our own theatre.

As always, we will provide updates on cancellations of future events – including our next Broadway on the Brazos production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” moving to 2021 with the same cast and artistic team. There will likely be more events that will have to wait until next year.  We are suspending ticket sales for all upcoming events, and we will communicate with all ticketholders regarding particular events that must be postponed.

We know that many of our patrons and company members will be disappointed that we are closing for now.  We hope you understand the trying times in our community, state, and country.  COVID-19 has affected the entire world, and our small town is not immune to the perils of this pandemic.

We will be providing online content on our social media featuring snippets of performances from past productions.

GTC is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Those wishing to make a secure tax-deductible donation can do so at www.paypal.me/granburytheatre.

We pray for God’s healing on all those affected by this terrible virus as well as by the isolation and uncertainty from necessary closures. We look forward to when we can all safely gather, and we hope the performing arts will be a healer for those hurting.

Stay safe,

Granbury Theatre Company