We are working on ways that we can reopen Rosebud Theatre to the public again. Of course, it all depends onthe status of the battle against COVID in our province and in our region. We’re buoyed by the fact that even in this time, visitors still come to Rosebud for a weekend drive to take in the rural landscape, stop at the Rosebud Country Inn for a piece of pie, stay at a B&B, and walk the streets.That gives us hope that when we do reopen, we’ll fill whatever seats we cansafely offer in our theatres and dining room.
The good news is that Rosebud School of the Arts is holding in person classes, training a generation of young theatre artists, many whom will grace our stage when we can open again.
And we couldn’t be training and planning without the generous support of the donors who have helped hold us up in this time. Please accept our gratitude!
We trust that soon we’ll be able to reconvene the fullness of all of our lives ,our vocations, our family and friendship gatherings - all those things that make for a deeper, richer and more fulfilled life. So many of those things happen for folks who meet with family and friends to experience our intimate art village.
We’re waiting in the wings, waiting for AHS to give us our cue light so we ca nstep out onto the stage to entertain and inspire through story, song, and that wild and crazy delight that sets its sight on the tenacious tenderness of the human soul. Stay tuned. We’lllet you know when the lobby doors are open to receive patrons again!
Morris Ertman - Artistic Director