Ballet West has received notice from Salt Lake County’s Department of Arts & Culture that the Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theater will remain closed through June 30.  Following this directive, the Company has no choice but to postpone Bolero and The Dream, scheduled for June 12-20.

Company officials are considering the availability of Capitol Theater to reschedule this program during the upcoming 20/21 season. In the coming weeks, ticket holders will be notified of rescheduled dates, or ticketing options.

“As with every performing arts organizations, Ballet West is assessing future plans on a day-to-day basis. Our main interest as we navigate these unprecedented times are with the health and safety of our staff and our patrons,” said Executive Director Michael Scolamiero. “We all look forward to returning to the theater again soon and enjoying art–together.”

In a positive sign that patrons are excited to return to the theater, season subscription sales for next year remain robust. Programming for the 20/21 season includes Utah premieres, reconstructions, and classic favorites like The Nutcracker, Dracula, and Romeo and Juliet. Single tickets do not go on sale until September, so patrons are encouraged to subscribe now or renew their season now. Four-show packages begin at just $84. Contact Ballet West at 801-869-6920.