ECHO Players have announced they will postpone their season. (News file photo)

ECHO Players season postponed due to COVID-19 situation

Both spring productions will run at a later date

The ECHO Players have announced the rescheduling of two upcoming productions.

The Village Theatre, where shows usually take place, will be closed to the public until May 17.

The Yesteryear show, scheduled to open April 16, will now be postponed until Oct. 8. Spam and Maple Syrup De Turd will also be postponed until next season.

Tickets will be honoured for the rescheduled shows, with more information and details coming at a later date.

“Thank you for your support and understanding as we navigate through this ever-changing situation. As a non-profit theatre society we are deeply concerned about the health and welfare of our patrons and members and we feel this is the right decision for our community,” read a release from the theatre group.

— NEWS staff, submitted

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