Due to the pandemic, LOH remains closed at this time.
In accordance with Governor Sununu’s Safer at Home Order, performing arts venues will be permitted to reopen in a restricted fashion beginning June 29.
As a sector, New Hampshire’s arts and culture warriors stand united in our response to this pandemic. We, like our patrons, very much want to see artists back on our stages. We realize that the reopening process will be complicated for all venues and some, like LOH, will require additional time and resources. We continue to serve as advocates for sensible reopening policies informed by the latest NH Health & Human Services and CDC guidance. We stand together with our colleagues to ensure that theaters reopen only when it is safe for our staff, patrons, volunteers, and the artists we support.
Behind the scenes, we’re seeking an infusion of support from the CARES Act to give us the financial bandwidth to replace significant levels of lost revenue and taking time to create policies and protocols that reflect the shifting demands of presenting safe and comfortable events in a post-COVID environment.
Our return to “normalcy” will take many months as the state adopts a multi-phased reopening plan and patrons like you slowly warm up to the idea of once again sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with neighbors.
This intermission will end. Eventually. We can’t wait to see you again!