List of Questions
- What phase of the Commonwealth's reopening plan do most Celebrity Series performances fall under?
- Where can I find a running list of all updates, changes, and cancellations of 2020-21 performances?
- Did any of the artists from this season reschedule to a digital performance?
- Are there any free digital performances?
- If performances are able to go ahead in 2021, but I am still nervous during performance week, what are my options with my tickets?
- I am a subscriber and still have an active order for performances this Winter or Spring. Will Celebrity Series be changing how seating takes place this season?
- If performances are allowed to resume, what safety measures is Celebrity Series planning to take?
What phase of the Commonwealth's reopeining plan do most Celebrity Series performances fall under?
We believe that most performances remaining in the current season fall under Phase 4 of the Reopening Massachusetts plan.
Where can I find a running list of updates, changes, and cancellations of 2020-21 performances?
The status of all 2020-21 performances is reflected on the corresponding web page and in our searchable calendar. Search/browse the calendar.
Please note that our box office has reached out to all ticket holders of performances that are no longer scheduled in the 2020-21 season. If you have any questions about tickets, please contact email@example.com.
For a log of all changes to the season as they have rolled out over time, please see our Update Regarding Celebrity Series 2020-21 Performances.
If you have already subscribed, you can see what shows are still currently scheduled in your series, by logging into your account.
Did any of the artists from this season reschedule to a digital performance?
Yes! This fall, we presented six paid digital performances that feature artists originally booked in this season's subscription series. Keep checking back for future digital offerings at celebrityseries.org/athome.
Tickets to the originally-scheduled live performance are not valid for the digital concert.
Are there any free digital performances?
Yes! Our Neighborhood Arts performances continue, in a socially-distanced and responsible way. We are excited to partner with amazing Boston-based artists to safely present free digital performances from their homes, local venues, or studios. You can learn more here.
If performances are able to go ahead in 2021 but I am still nervous during my performance week, what are my options for my tickets?
Please don't hesitate to call us! We're committed to being flexible with our loyal patrons. If performances are allowed to go forward, patrons may make changes to their reservations until noon on the business day before the performance. Our box office's customer service hours are Monday through Friday 10 am - 4 pm (1 pm on summer Fridays).
I am a subscriber and still have an active order for performances this Winter or Spring. Will Celebrity Series be changing how seating takes place this season?
Thank you for your subscription order; we ask for your patience as we -- along with our venue partners and touring artists -- work through the myriad health and safety questions that the pandemic raises. If performances in 2021 can go forward, we anticipate seating subscribers much nearer to the performance than we have in seasons past. You will likely receive your seat assignments and your tickets two weeks in advance. There will be severe restrictions on capacity, but all the factors that determine the order in which your seats are assigned in a typical season will continue to apply.
If performances are allowed to resume, what safety measures is Celebrity Series planning to take?
Celebrity Series remains committed to keeping our audiences safe. We will continue to monitor the latest CDC and Commonwealth of Massachusetts guidelines in order to assess proper safety precautions, in partnership with our venues, and will take every measure possible to adhere to the highest standards of caution. Information on those guidelines is available at cdc.gov and mass.gov.