Ticket holders asked to hold on in case of reopening
The Board of The Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill announced Oct. 4 that the nonprofit arts institution is temporarily suspending operations while it explores opportunities to reorganize. The decision to suspend operations was made at a board executive committee meeting held Oct. 2.
The Paramount apologized for the inconvenience caused to members, all those who purchased tickets for shows that will have to be cancelled or delayed, and to the friends of the Paramount who have been supportive of efforts to provide a diverse menu of high-quality performances and visual arts exhibits over the years. They asked all patrons and supporters to bear with them as they dedicate their efforts towards reemerging as one of the premier performance venues in the Hudson Valley in the not-too-distant future.
If you have tickets for shows scheduled at the Paramount, please hold them while they strive to reopen their doors as soon as possible.
Updated information will be provided on the Paramount website at paramountcenter.org as it becomes available.
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