May 8, 2020

First and foremost, we hope that this message finds you and your family safe and healthy, during these difficult times. We appreciate your understanding throughout this recent disruption to the Broadway Season and thank you for your continued support and patience.

Unfortunately, in response to the current conditions, the engagement of the Tony Award-winning show, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, scheduled to play later this month in Scranton has been cancelled.  For anyone who purchased an individual ticket to AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, you will receive a refund from your original point of purchase. Season Ticket Holders will receive a credit for this show in addition to the credit from FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. This credit will be reflected on your renewal invoices.

In the coming weeks, we look forward to announcing and sharing with you the exciting 2020-2021 Broadway In Scranton Season. This new season will have something “Sweet” for everyone and we believe it will make you want to leap right back into the theater to create even more “Memories.”

Please know, we have been working diligently with other industry professionals to unite in our common goal to return to the theaters in the safest way possible. Fortunately, NAC Entertainment’s President & CEO, Albert Nocciolino, is on various task forces currently planning the relaunch of this wonderful industry across the country and making sure Broadway In Scranton is being represented in these decisions.

There may be some additional hurdles in the upcoming months, but we promise to make all accommodations necessary during this time of challenges and changes. When it is determined by elected officials that we are able to once again gather, theater will no longer be classified a non-essential business – it will be absolutely essential to healing, human connections, joy, and helping others share their stories.

The show will go on and we look forward to seeing you at the theater once again. Until then, be safe and if you have any questions, please reach out to us at

– Broadway In Scranton