DTC Cancels ALL A Christmas Carol Performances Due to Covid

A Christmas Carol performances canceled
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UPDATE 12/20:

Dallas Theater Center (DTC) is cancelling the remaining performances of A Christmas Carol at the Wyly Theatre. A company member tested positive for COVID-19 despite following all recommended safety precautions and setting their own COVID-19 protocols.

“It’s unfortunate, but CDC and our own COVID-19 safety guidelines have shown cancelling the remaining performances of A Christmas Carol is the safest thing for everyone. The health and safety of our artists, staff, and patrons has always come first,” Jeff Woodward, Managing Director. “This is heartbreaking for us. We’ve worked hard to put this production together and we know people have enjoyed seeing A Christmas Carol on our stage again. We’re already looking forward to next season.”

Ticket holders will be contacted by the Dallas Theater Center Box Office staff. They will be offered the option to exchange or donate their tickets or receive a performance credit or refund. All guests who purchased tickets to a cancelled performance will also receive a complimentary digital viewing of A Christmas Carol to experience the show remotely.

The next production, Our Town, is still on schedule to debut January 27 at the Kalita Humphreys Theater. To get more information or to buy tickets, please visit www.dallastheatercenter.org/show/our-town.



Dallas Theater Center (DTC) is cancelling the rest of this week’s performances of “A Christmas Carol” at the Wyly Theatre along with next Tuesday’s show. Despite their best efforts to ensure the health and safety of all employees within the organization, a company member has tested positive for COVID-19.

“We are disappointed to be cancelling any A Christmas Carol performances. However, the Actor’s Equity Association and Center for Disease Control guidelines indicate cancelling these shows is the best course of action to keep Dallas Theater Center patrons, artists, and staff as safe as possible during this uncertain time,” Jeff Woodward, Managing Director.

“A Christmas Carol” Returns Dec. 22

Dallas Theater Center hopes to resume performances on Wednesday, December 22. The theater started requiring audience members older than 12 to have a negative COVID-19 test or to provide proof of vaccination with A Christmas Carol. All DTC staff members and artists are required to be vaccinated and all audience members are required to wear masks regardless of vaccination status. To view DTC’s COVID-19 policy, visit www.dallastheatercenter.org/covid-19-guest-policy

“A Christmas Carol” runs through December 26 at the Wyly Theatre. For more information, visit dallastheatercenter.org.


One of the leading regional theaters in the country and the 2017 Regional Theatre Tony Award® Recipient, Dallas Theater Center (DTC) performs to an audience of more than 100,000 North Texas residents annually. DTC is now a resident company of the AT&T Performing Arts Center and presents its Mainstage season at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre. They also perform at their original home, the Kalita Humphreys Theater, the only freestanding theater designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright. Dallas Theater Center is one of only two theaters in Texas that is a member of the League of Resident Theatres, the largest and most prestigious non-profit professional theater association in the country. Under the leadership of Enloe/Rose Artistic Director Kevin Moriarty and Managing Director Jeffrey Woodward, DTC produces a year-round subscription series. Their productions include classics, musicals, and new plays, along with the annual production of “A Christmas Carol.”