The Open Spaces Theatre Festival, in association with 4th Line Theatre, is excited to announce that tickets are now available for purchase for the upcoming outdoor festival. The festival features five productions scheduled to run from September 24–27, 2020 in outdoor spaces in Peterborough. Attendees can also order a lunchbox catered by blackhoney to enjoy before each performance. 4-show festival passes are also available at a discounted rate.
With Covid-19 causing many job losses in the arts industry, The Open Spaces Theatre Festival aims to reengage the community in a safe manner, while supporting new artistic works and providing funding for artists and local theatre companies. The festival is invested in creating a safe and healthy experience for both artists and audience members.
Festival organizer Christina Adams had to make the hard decision to come back home to Peterborough from Australia when the pandemic hit. With extra time on her hands, she decided to channel her energies into doing something positive for the community. “I have a lot of theatre friends on social media and over the last few months I have realized how devastating Covid-19 has been for the arts industry,” says Adams. “I wanted to give back to something that had given me so much. I so badly want artists and theatre companies to come out on the other side of this thing.”
For all general inquiries about the festival, including health and safety information, please contact festival organizer, Christina Adams at 249-357-7400.
Tickets for all performances, blackhoney lunchboxes and 4-show festival passes are available for purchase through the 4th Line Theatre box office by calling 705-932-4445 or toll-free at 800-814-0055 or online here.
Single tickets for each performance are $17; blackhoney lunchboxes are $13 and 4-show festival passes are $60. These prices include all taxes and handling fees. There is a $2.50 fee for online bookings.