UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State presentation of the touring Broadway musical “Camelot,” which had been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 18, has been moved to Monday, April 20. Alterations in the national tour schedule forced the date change for the Eisenhower Auditorium presentation.
Ticket holders will be notified individually and provided the options of keeping their seats for the new date or receiving refunds. For patrons who want to attend April 20, tickets will be reprinted with the new date and mailed to them. Ticket holders requesting refunds will receive them by the original methods of payment.
As a result of the “Camelot” date change, the Center for the Performing Arts has had to cancel the Tuesday, April 21, presentation of “Peter and the Starcatcher.” Presenting two touring Broadway shows on back-to-back days is not feasible for the production companies or the Center for the Performing Arts. Other options were explored, but suitable dates could not be identified. Patrons holding “Peter and the Starcatcher” tickets will receive refunds according to their original methods of payment.
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