Dear 2020 Season Subscribers

As Ventura County continues its process of reopening businesses and services, the Board of Directors of CSP hopes that you and your families are staying safe and healthy.  All productions and operations of the theatre continue to be suspended until county and state governments allow.  The artists and performers of CSP are as eager to bring back the shared community of live theatre as we’re sure you are to experience it, but our priority must be the health and safety of both your family and ours.
Since you have purchased our 2020 season of 5 shows, and we were only able to bring you our first production, Murdered to Death, we would like to offer you several options for your season ticket purchase.
  • Consider your ticket a tax-deductible donation to Camarillo Skyway Playhouse.  Your donation would be put towards future productions once we are able to open our doors again.  (Camarillo Skyway Playhouse is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Federal Tax ID: 95-2635393 Camarillo Community Theatre, doing business as Camarillo Skyway Playhouse.)
  • Keep your ticket and it will be honored toward any five (5) future productions produced by Camarillo Skyway Playhouse for any future season.
  • Refund of $64.00 per ticket purchased at $16.00 per show for the four productions we were not able to mount due to Covid19.
In the meantime, as you might expect, CSP’s creative spirit has not been idle. The Stage Door Players have produced their first virtual production over the summer – Electronic Barrier – a series of skits performed by our youth players over Zoom.  Our next virtual, adult production will be Trifles by Susan Glaspell – streamed live on our YouTube channel on August 8th.  This production will be recorded and available for online viewing anytime afterward.  Trifles is based on Susan Glaspell’s short story “A Jury of Her Peers” and her own reporting of a real-life murder case.  It was first performed by the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre in Provincetown, Massachusetts, on August 8, 1916.  Written at the same time as the first wave of feminism, the play contrasts how women act in public and in private as well as how they perform in front of other women versus how they perform in front of men.  This productions will stream on our YouTube channel below.  Please subscribe to receive notifications of future productions or keep an eye on our website.
Please keep checking our website, and email newsletters for the most up-to-date information.
Take care of yourselves and each other.
Best Wishes,
The CSP Board of Directors