‘We’re all in this together,’ Segal Centre tells self-isolating Montrealers

The following is a message from the Segal Centre.

Dear Friends,

We hope you’re doing well and staying safe during these challenging and uncertain times. We are all in this together. No matter what each day brings, we believe deeply in our mission and the transformative power of the arts. As we have maintained since the beginning, the safety, health, and well-being of our staff, artists, students, patrons, and guests is our number one priority.

In response to government protocols and in joining worldwide efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19, the Segal Centre is currently closed and has taken many important steps, including the need to suspend the rest of our season. Please visit the dedicated page on our website regularly for updates.

In the meantime, our team is hard at work (from the comfort of their homes) coming up with new and exciting ways to keep our community engaged and connected. Embracing change is a creative opportunity that takes courage and our team is equipped with the backbone of artists, who for centuries have been the ones to keep us all connected. No matter what, we will endeavour to continue to create meaningful and entertaining conversations, even now while we have to do it virtually.

We promise to stay connected with you, on social media, through email, and on our website. Be sure to like us on Facebook and Instagram, where you’ll already find our Broadway Super Awesome Fun Time dance break live-streamed at noon daily. As our remote Box Office works tirelessly to connect with each of you, we thank you for your patience and understanding. We can be reached at 514-739-7944 or info@segalcentre.org for any questions. Our space may be closed, but our staff remains ready to help you.

Thank you again for your support and patience. We look forward to the moment when our theatre reopens and we can celebrate the power of the arts with you.

Please stay safe & healthy,

Lisa Rubin
Artistic & Executive Director

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