April 2020
Dear Friends and Followers,

Everyone at Wichita Wurlitzer hopes that you and your family are safe and healthy. As you will see below both the March and May shows are rescheduled. Our primary concern is the health of the artists and the audience. Hopefully, by late August life will be closer to normal and the Wichita Wurlitzer can be experienced live.

Dates held for the next season have been used to reschedule the March and May shows. Plans for the remaining shows will be announced in next month.
Rescheduled Shows
As previously announced, The Principals was rescheduled from Tuesday, March 17 to Friday, August 28.
Richard Elliott was suffering from an upper respiratory infection. He and his family did not believe he was well enough to travel to Wichita so the show was rescheduled for Friday, August 28. This is one of the dates for the next Wichita Wurlitzer season.
Your March 17 tickets are valid for the August 28 show. Be sure to note the new date!
A few days later, the decision was made to delay Big Band Jazz, scheduled for Tuesday, May 5.
Unfortunately, the next available date was Friday, October 30. That date was already planned for a silent movie. Lon Chaney's The Phantom of the Opera will be shown.
Keep your tickets, the tickets are valid for the October 30 show. Be sure to note the new date and join us for the film!

Big Band Jazz will be rescheduled in the future. We will keep you informed.
Spring 2021 Shows
Your current tickets are valid for The Principals and The Phantom of the Opera. Two Spring 2021 shows will be announced next month as well as ticket availability and prices.
Have a mini-show at home!
Use the link below to play selections from Wichita Wurlitzer's Broadway & Hollywood in Wichita, Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Almost a hour of videos.

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