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Re-opening announcement from Delta Center Stage

03/15/2021

It has been a full year and two weeks since the last DCS staged event at Jake & Freda Stein Hall.  “Given the very positive trends, especially in our area, on diminishing Covid 19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, it is our hope and desire to carefully and safely ease the doors open and begin once again to resume our activities”  Says Executive Director Tim Bixler.  


DCS announces a re-start of DCS programs as follows:

LIMITED BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
"Blessings from the Pandemic" has been cast and is in rehearsal for performances on April 9-11. This super-safe show will be presented  LIVE and IN-PERSON to a limited audience. Three performances will take place at Jake & Freda Stein Hall April 9-11. A Facebook Live simulcast of these performances are also planned for those who cannot or do not wish to attend the live performance. For further information call Tim Bixler at 662 820 5489.

PLANNED NEW SUBSCRIPTION SEASON DRIVE WILL BEGIN IN APRIL
A new, full, and complete season of shows has been set.  Performance dates are on the Bass Cultural Arts Center Calendar for a season of live performance dramas, musicals, and comedies.  “With only a few minor adjustments, we plan to resume full operations with this subscription drive.  It can’t come a moment too soon, either” says Bixler. “No matter how many special aid, PPP, CARES, and other emergency programs are out there,  they do not and cannot and should not replace or supplant our traditional and very successful business model, which has always depended on locally based subscription and box office support.” Bixler continues “Emergency programs have done their intended job, which was to keep non-profits and other community based organizations’ personnel and infrastructure in place.  Because of that national support, we have not had a need to ask for our equally financially distressed individuals and businesses on a local level to send us any survival contributions.  We all have been very fortunate in that regard, but now it is time to pick up the baton and resume operations in as normal a fashion as we can.  And I firmly believe we can do just that.  Our success and survival is now, properly, back in the hands in which we would rather be, and that is our local friends, family, and the unique community that is our Mississippi Delta.  Please make your upcoming support the most generous that you may.”   

OPENING SEASON SUBSCRIPTION SHOWS ANNOUNCED
The first two ’21-’22 season offerings will be the shows DCS had announced and scheduled in 2020  that were cancelled in 2020.  June 24-27 will feature the full staging of John Grisham’s “A Time To Kill”  June 24-27.  July 29-August 1 will feature DCS’s annual summer youth musical, “Disney’s Frozen Jr.”  Interested participants are asked to check the DCS Website and FaceBook pages for details on auditions, performance times, and other details as these two productions get under way in the next few months.  “Many details remain to be worked out, but we wanted all of our supporters and participants to mark their calendars now for these two upcoming events.”  Other dates, titles, and details will follow soon in conjunction with DCS’s annual season brochure mailing.

July 2, 2020

Virucidal Air Treatment system is installed and running at Jake and Freda Stein Hall

For the safety of our patrons and attendees, DCS has arranged for the installation of Active Photocatalyic Oxidizing equipment in Jake & Freda Stein auditorium's HVAC system. This hybrid technology mounted in the ductwork utilizes intense UVC Light in combination with a catalytic reaction utilizing water vapor and a titanium dioxide honeycomb substrate to provide a dramatic reduction in airborne and surface borne contaminants and pathogens in an enclosed space. Below are links to a series fo articles and fact sheets more completely explaining how this technology works for you.

THIS IS NOT A SILVER BULLET! People in an enclosed space who are breathing on each other or not properly social distanced can still make each other sick. This technology is simply a layer of protection assuring that the room itself or something left behind by others won't make you sick.

The UVAIRx Difference

UX 520 Data Sheet

Active Photocatalytic Oxidation; How it works

Addressing CoronaViris Concerns

 

 

 





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