Assessing the Current Situation & Planning for the Future
COVID-19 UPDATE

2/22

2021

2/9

3/28

4/21

Our COVID-19 Reopening Policies and Procedures have been updated with current guidance from Governor Northam and Loudoun County Public Schools for use of their facilities, effective April 20, 2021. The updated document can be viewed here.

Our COVID-19 Reopening Policies and Procedures have been updated with current guidance from Governor Northam and Loudoun County Public Schools for use of their facilities, effective April 1, 2021. The updated document can be viewed here.

Our COVID-19 Reopening Policies and Procedures have been updated with current guidance from Loudoun County Public Schools for use of their facilities. The updated document can be viewed here.

Our COVID-19 Reopening Policies and Procedures have been updated in compliance with current Federal, state, and local guidelines. Please review them here.

7/8

2020

While Sterling Playmakers would love to kick off our 25th season this fall as planned, we need to be able ensure the health and well-being of our volunteers and audience members. After exploring safety measures, cleaning protocols, and other challenges, our Board of Directors has determined that it would be irresponsible to resume in-person activities at this time and made the difficult decision to postpone “The Social Secretary” and “Catch Me If You Can” to the fall of 2021. These productions will replace “The Unexpected Guest” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. Our 25th season will now open with "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" in Spring 2021.

 

The Board of Directors has also voted to hold our Annual Membership Meeting, scheduled for September 1, 2020, entirely online. Additional information for attending the meeting and voting in the Board of Directors Election will be available at a later date.

4/9

After careful thought and deliberation of our duty in the face of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak and taking into consideration current state mandates, the Board of Directors has made the difficult decision, based on we believe to be in the best interest of our volunteers and audience members, to reschedule the 2020 performances of The Laramie Project and Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical to 2021 and have updated our 25th season to include both productions.

Heartbreakingly, we lost an entire weekend of performances for Puffs, or: Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School for Magic and Magic. We congratulate the cast, crew, and production team for their remarkable work in the face of uncertainty. 

At this moment, the Board of Directors is hopeful that the first shows of our 2020-2021 season, The Social Secretary and Catch Me If You Can, will perform as planned this fall. We work to raise the curtain on a new, exciting, and boundary-pushing season in the coming months.

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