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FOR ALL PATRONS ENJOYMENT AND
ENTERTAINMENT AT HOME
THE DONORS AT THE KRAVIS CENTER ARE NOW SECURING
THEIR SEATS BEFORE THE 2020-2021 SEASON TICKETS
GO ON SALE OCTOBER 23, 2020
This season, Kravis Center is featuring a line-up of the best in music, comedy, dance and top-touring Broadway hits. They are getting ready for the curtain to rise on their season of hope, and invite you to enjoy many benefits of Kravis Center membership, including the opportunity to purchase tickets before the public has a chance. Find out more at www.Kravis.org/donate .
You can see the entire season and get the most up-to-date information by viewing their season brochure on our official website at www.Kravis.org/brochure . Their season brochure showcases their line-up of artists and performances. They’ve highlighted some of the performances that have canceled their tours since the printing of the brochure.
Of course, it’s always disappointing when this happens, but they understand that some artists have decided not to perform at this time. Of course, whenever there’s a cancellation, you have the
option of donating your tickets back to the Center as a tax deductible contribution, to receive a non-expiring gift certificate or a full refund back to your original method of payment.
A LETTER FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER
OF THE LAUDERHILL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
As a Community, as a nation ,and as a world, we are facing a challenging time that is riddled with disruptions to our daily lives and routines. In the interest of our daily lives and routines. In the interest of public health and safety, this includes a temporary suspension of events and services at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center.
We have taken these steps, along with many other organizations to do our part in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Please know that we are already looking to the future, beyond this temporary pause in programming. As soon as we are released to do so, we will return to our schedule of events which will include concerts, musicals and plays. Remember you can't spell "HEART" without "ART," so keep art in your heart even while we're not able to come together in person.
Raise your voice with song, clap your hands with rhythm, dance around your kitchen, tell stories with your friends and family, and engage with performances on television and/or online. Continue to find joy in these things that bring us together and play a part in defining us as human beings.
When we have overcome the challenges that lie ahead.....which we can do by supporting one another in the way that a strong, resilient, conscientious community does...the LPAC will still be here. We will once again be a place to gather together and fill our hearts and minds with live music, theater and dance performances. If you have any further questions concerning events at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center, please call us at (954) 777-2055.
VISITOR INFORMATION AND GUIDE:
COVID-19 AT THE KRAVIS CENTER
Thank you for your interest in visiting the Kravis Center. Please know that we take the health and safety of our visitors, artists, volunteers and staff seriously and will continue to follow the latest, most current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to assist with slowing the spread of COVID-19.
We have instituted regular precautionary practices in our facilities which include enhanced cleaning and frequent disinfecting, including specifically high traffic and high touch areas, restrooms, and both front of house and back of house areas.
If masks are considered desirable and appropriate protection by the CDC for venues similar to the Kravis Center at the time of your visit, we will be requiring masks of both staff and audiences.
If, within 14 days of your scheduled visit to the Kravis Center, you and/or members of your party have been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19, traveled to or from areas of substantial community spread, or if you have experienced any of the symptoms listed below, we ask that you please stay home and contact our Box Office to arrange a credit for a future performance or a refund.
• Fever of 100.4 degrees or higher
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• Sore throat
• New loss of taste or smell
• Other flu-like symptoms
There is always a risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. The Kravis Center realizes that it cannot eliminate all risk but is committed to attempting to minimize the risk to those coming to our facilities. Our efforts, however, do not replace important practices to keep yourself well, including vigilant hand hygiene, staying home when symptomatic and social distancing wherever possible. Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout our facilities for your convenience.
Please know we intend to implement visitor policies in a flexible way depending on the varying level of disease transmission in our community. As a result, our visitor guidelines will continue to be refined based on the updated guidelines of the CDC and our local public health officials.
REFER BACK TO THIS PAGE FOR UPDATES REGARDING INFORMATION ON
KRAVIS CENTER VISITOR POLICIES FOR COVID-19
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
701 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401