Updates During COVID-19
COVID-19 Procedures, Postponed/Rescheduled Shows, and Your Support
To protect the health and safety of our community, The Campanile has suspended public performances for the time being. We appreciate your patience and support of the arts in our community during this challenging time. As the gathering place for our community, we cannot wait to be back hosting the best live performance experiences and once again sharing inspirational moments with you!
The Campanile has put new safety & health protocols in place so that we are able to provide arts instruction. So if you have ever thought that you would like to learn how to play a musical instrument, now would be the time! While we were sad to not have our summer youth theater on our calendar, we know that our caution and extra patience has helped in preventing the spread of COVID-19, keeping our patrons, students and staff healthy.
We are also taking this time to prepare the auditorium for the time when we can safely reopen. You will notice a change in the seating and copious amounts of hand sanitizer. In the meantime, we hope to answer some questions you may have regarding shows at the Campanile.
If a show is postponed or rescheduled, you have three options on what to do with your tickets:
- Keep your tickets, they will be honored for the rescheduled date
- Donate the cost of your tickets. We invite you to donate the value of your tickets to the Campanile, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit so that when we can finally welcome you back, we can continue to build programs that inspire and change lives. We truly appreciate your support.
- Patrons who cannot attend the rescheduled date should request a refund for the face value of your tickets back to your original method of payment.
In addition to our Facebook page and this page we will also email all ticket holders to individual shows affected as updates become available. Facebook events will also be a great resource for information about the status upcoming events that you have not yet purchased tickets for.
The performing arts have the ability to inspire, transform, educate and entertain, and we look forward to once again bringing joy into the lives of northern Wisconsin. We look forward to seeing you at the theater again soon!
On March 15, the Campanile closed its doors, for the safety of our patrons artsits, staff and volunteers. The pandemic-driven closure of arts venues was quick, it was brutal, and it threatens the Campanile.
This is not an ordinary request for support, we know there are others struggling. Sometimes it is hard to justify why we, too, are in need. But the arts are important to this community and you can help.
With your support, we can make an even bigger difference. Donate today, and help us transform lives through the power of the arts!