COVID 19 STATEMENT

The Brick, along with all of our fellow cultural organizations, have been watching the current COVID-19 health crisis unfold. Our artists, staff, and audience are dearly important to us and we are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment.

Out of respect for our presenters and patrons, we are postponing our future programming at least until April 26th while we monitor the situation and heed the advice of medical professionals as well as city and state officials.

We are working with all of the artists affected by this postponement to reschedule their shows for future dates in 2020. While this news is not by any means welcome, we are heartened by the flexibility and understanding of everyone involved.

Currently on stage at The Brick is LAPA by The Million Underscores_ _ , a beautiful, enigmatically engaging adaptation of the play by Daniil Kharms. We have agreed with the artists to have a final performance 3/15 at 4pm for those who are healthy and comfortable enough to attend. We will also be taping this performance and will share with you all ASAP.

If you have tickets for LAPA and would no longer like to attend, please contact theresa@bricktheater.com to refund or donate your tickets.

We will assess the scheduling of our upcoming events and will announce new dates in the coming weeks. The shows affected by this postponement are as follows:

It is no secret that a non-profit the size of The Brick relies on our audience to continue operating. There are many worthy places deserving of your attention and generosity but if you have the means and would consider making a tax deductible donation to The Brick to help us keep the lights on, we would be very grateful. This decision comes with a profound impact on our budget, our staff, and our artists. Every little bit helps. You can make a donation bricktheater.com/support/donate

We appreciate your understanding at this time and can not wait to have you back in the space soon. We remain so grateful to be collaborating with people who care as much about art as the they do the world in which they make it.

We Love You
The Brick

Back to Top