As COVID-19 continues to uproot even the best-laid plans, we write to you with news on the upcoming Broadway In
Scranton season.

We are looking forward to reopening, however, due to the current uncertainty, the dates of the shows are changing to later
than previously announced, and at this point, we simply cannot tell you exactly when that will be. We anticipate the show
dates to be finalized in the next few weeks and once confirmed, you will be the first to know!

What we can tell you is that all of the shows (Waitress, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, South Pacific, Cats, Blue Man
Group, Stomp, and Rain) announced for the new season will be coming to NEPA and entertaining you on the stage at the
historic Scranton Cultural Center.

BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story, which had been rescheduled for January of 2021, will also be coming to NEPA at a later
date. Your original tickets will be honored on the new dates.

If you have already renewed, there is no further action you need to take. Your seats and your payments are safe and secure.

If you have not renewed because of concerns over COVID-19, we are still holding your seats! We understand your hesitation but hope you find a greater sense of comfort in subscribing now that the shows will be coming later than originally scheduled.

For more information on what to expect and the Broadway Industry as a whole, you can watch our Town Hall session with NAC Entertainment President & CEO, Albert Nocciolino, and Broadway Theatre League Executive Director, Frank Blasi, below.