SANDY, Utah, March 4, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — Hale Center Theatre in Sandy is returning to full capacity seating following an announcement from Utah Gov. Spencer Cox that Salt Lake County is moving into the “moderate” level on the COVID-19 transmission index.
“With the recent changes made by the state of Utah, Hale Centre Theatre is happy to entertain again with full capacity seating,” said a Facebook post Thursday morning. “Tickets to the hilarious ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ and epic ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ are available now at hct.org.”
The theater discontinued shows March 12, 2020, then reopened in late June. Performances of “Mary Poppins” were temporarily suspended in mid-July after two cast members tested positive for COVID-19.
Shows that are now on sale are “The Play That Goes Wrong,” “Guys and Dolls,” “A Tale of Two Cities,” “The Secret Garden,” “Les Miserables,” “Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap,” “Daddy Long Legs,” “Peter Pan,” “Always Patsy Cline,” and “A Christmas Carol.”
Ticket holders that have credit on their account for missed shows can use that credit toward any future shows.
For a full list of safety measures Hale is taking, click here.