BYU performing arts students are quickly adapting to pandemic restrictions by changing how they rehearse and perform. BYU Arts previously released a statement detailing their decision to cancel all public performances for the Fall 2020 semester.

BYU Arts has announced the cancellation of all in-person events for the Fall 2020 semester in response to COVID-19. This includes performances from the School of Music, Department of Dance, Department of Theatre and Media Arts and the BRAVO! Professional Performing Arts Series.

The COVID-19 pandemic forced Utah theaters to close their doors to the public for a period of time. Utah allowed for the reopening of theaters on May 16, as noted in its COVID-19 recovery plan, Utah Leads Together. After months of canceled shows, some Utah theaters have reopened; others, however, have chosen to postpone their seasons until 2021.

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