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            The Fox Theatre announced it will stay open during the current coronavirus scare. 
            Photo: WSB-TV
            Photo: WSB-TV

            Fox Theatre, Synchronicity will remain open for upcoming events

            The Fox Theatre will continue to remain open for upcoming events including Thursday’s live rendition of NPR’s comedy news quiz show, “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” and the Broadway in Atlanta production of “Miss Saigon,” slated to run Tuesday through March 22.

            A statement on the venue’s website says that while the Fox will continue to follow all directions from the Centers for Disease Control and Georgia Department of Public Health, “performances at the Fox will continue as planned.”

            The venue noted in an additional statement that there are “currently no recommendations to modify scheduled performances at the Fox Theatre. Ticketholders will be notified by email if this change.”
            Synchronicity Theatre told patrons in an email that all performances and events would take place as scheduled and standard ticketing policies are in effect. However, tickets can be exchanged for upcoming performances. 

            Currently, the play “Wayfinding” by Whitney Rowland, is taking place at the theater through March 29. 

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            About the Author

            Melissa Ruggieri
            Melissa Ruggieri
            Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  
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