‘Moon Over Buffalo’ could cancel if snow becomes unsafe

The Renton Civic Theatre performance is scheduled for both Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.

From Renton Civic Theatre:

Artistic Director Bill Huls said cancellations could happen if weather poses risks to cast members, season ticket holders, any one that has purchased a ticket, or any staff.

The hope is not to cancel any performances, but safety is the number one goal, Hul said. Renton Civic Theatre will update via email, voicemail, web and Facebook to let people know of possible cancellations.

Tickets will be exchangable no matter what, Hul said.

Please call the theatre at 425-226-5529 or check the website before driving to a show:

“Hi all!

As I’m sure you know, we have got some majorly crazy weather headed our way for this weekend. Our goal is not to cancel any performances, however we also don’t want to put any of our Cast members, Season ticket holders, any one that has purchased a ticket, or any of our staff at risk. Everyone’s safety is our number one goal.

We will keep in contact by email, voice mail, our web site, and by face book to let everyone know if we are canceling a performance this weekend. Please call the theatre at 425-226-5529 or check our web site before you drive to the theatre this weekend for any of our performances. ALL YOUR TICKETS WILL BE EXCHANGEABLE No Matter WHAT!!!

If we do have a performance, please stay home if you do not feel safe driving!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out! my email is bill@rentoncivictheatre.org

Be Safe and warm.

Bill Huls

Artistic Director

Renton Civic Theatre”

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