IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WLT PATRONS
In light of the current Coronavirus COVID-19 developments, the Committee of Williamstown Little Theatre has made some difficult decisions regarding plays 2 and 3 and will wait to see how the situation develops before making decisions about plays 4 and 5. As you will know, the situation changes daily, if not hourly, so we will be guided by events as they unfold.
The River, which is already well into rehearsals, will be postponed and tentatively moved to 1-18 July and we have asked the Play Selection Committee to slot The Raft into 2021 season. Please understand that all of this may yet be changed in June as the situation at that time demands.
IF YOU HAVE TICKETS FOR THE RAFT:
You will receive a refund. Please tear up your ticket (and yellow bin it!)
IF YOU HAVE TICKETS FOR THE RIVER:
The tickets will be adjusted to the comparable day of the July season: for example, opening night tickets will still be opening night, the second Wednesday will still be the second Wednesday, and so on.
First, please check the following chart to find your new date to see The River:
Ring Robert Harsley on 0447 340 665 to let him know if :
the NEW date suits you, and he’ll issue new tickets.
the new date does NOT SUIT and he’ll discuss options.
We ask you not to call Robert unnecessarily. You will understand that these changes make a lot of work for him and dealing with issues that are not to do with The River or The Raft will delay this process. If you have comments to make, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and be assured that all written communication to the Secretary will be tabled at Committee meetings for discussion as we monitor the situation.
The health and wellbeing of our patrons, our cast and backstage team, and our Front of House team is of the utmost importance to us. We urge you all to monitor your health according to the guidelines outlined by www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus. We thank you for your patience and understanding. We’ve added some sources of advice for you should it be of use.
Take care, stay well, be kind to each other.
See you when WLT swings into action again, hopefully not before too long.
The WLT Committee
Who do you call?
Talk to your doctor if you think you have symptoms, and will be advised as to the next step.
The Healthdirect hotline 1800 022 222 operates 24/7 so you can talk to a registered nurse about your concerns.
Coronavirus Health Information Line 1800 020 080 operates 24/7 should you require information about coronavirus.