Within the past ten days, information pertaining to restrictions have changed rapidly -- nationwide, across Washington state, and at Gonzaga University, due to the coronavirus. After gathering collectively and meeting with University leadership, we have made the following decisions:
- In the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center, Arcis Saxophone Quartet, Wonderheads: Grim and Fischer, James Tormé, and Neil Berg’s 50 Years of Rock-N-Roll are now postponed, and we are working with the artists to select new performance dates in the 2020-2021 season. Rescheduled dates for ticketed events will be provided to current ticket buyers as information becomes available.
- All Gonzaga Theatre & Dance Department events scheduled to take place in the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center, Magnuson Theatre, and downtown Urban Arts Center have been canceled.
- All Gonzaga Music Department events scheduled to take place in the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center and Music Hall have been canceled; potential exceptions are individual student recitals which may be live-streamed from other locations, Considering Matthew Shepard, which may be rescheduled, and The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, which has been rescheduled for May 2, 2021.
- All events produced by the College of Arts and Sciences have been canceled or postponed until September, 2020.
Refunds and Exchanges:
Refunds will be automatically processed and ticket buyers will receive a full refund to the credit card used to purchase tickets. There should be no need to contact the Box Offices of the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center or the Magnuson Theatre. If you do not receive your refund within two weeks, please contact us at email@example.com. For events that are rescheduled, ticket holders are encouraged to keep existing tickets until new dates are announced. If new dates are acceptable, previously issued tickets may be used for the same seat on the new performance date. If new dates are not acceptable, buyers can request a refund in full. For any ticketholders who purchased tickets with cash, you may bring your ticket to the Box Office where you purchased it (Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center or Magnuson Theater) upon reopening to the public and receive a refund.
The health and safety of our patrons, volunteers, students, touring artists, and staff is our primary concern, and we hope that our actions, along with the actions of performing arts venues across Washington will help control the spread of the coronavirus. As we move forward in planning for future performing arts events, we will continue to keep our patrons apprised through our websites – www.gonzaga.edu/mwpac, www.gonzaga.edu/theatreanddance, www.gonzaga.edu/music, and https://www.gonzaga.edu/news-events/events. Thank you for your continued support of the performing arts!