COVID-19 Information

Dear CCT Family,

In trying to navigate the current pandemic, the safety of our patrons, actors, and volunteers is our first priority.  Our board of directors has already made the difficult decision to postpone our performance of Frozen, Jr. and to cancel our performance of Elephant's Graveyard. This breaks our heart as much as it breaks yours, but we feel we must seriously consider the safety of our theatre kids and patrons first.  We are continuing to monitor the situation as we go through the summer and looking ahead to the fall and winter to see what we can safely perform.

We have been offering a number of free things to help lift our community and keep us entertained, such as the Reverse Parades, drive-by waves from Olaf, and the Community Sing-along night.  We've been asking for your help in a few different fundraisers, such as our "No Show" and our Stayin' Alive Membership Drive.  We appreciate your generous support so much.

As of now, we are partnering with the Chickasha Chamber of Commerce and the Chickasha Economic Development Council to show Christmas movies in the Washita Theatre each Thursday evening in July (beginning July 9) to celebrate Christmas in July.  We also plan to perform Rex's Exes September 10-13, along with our special showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show on September 26.  For these performances and events, please see below for a description of the precautions we are taking to help ensure your safety.  This will help you know what to expect when you come to the theater.

This situation won't keep us down long because we are a family and the show must go on! Thank you again for your support!

The CCT Board of Directors

Safety Precautions and Procedures

  • We ask that you ensure a safe distance of at least 6 feet between your party and other parties who are attending the event.  Seating has been sectioned off and some seats blocked in an effort to assist you in keeping a safe social distance between parties

  • There are some places in our theater where social distancing is more difficult.  We ask patrons to wear masks or face coverings in our lobby, at concessions, and in the restrooms.

  • We ask that you stay home if you have been running a fever within the last 24 hours, or have developed symptoms related to COVID-19, or have been tested for COVID-19 because of symptoms or suspected exposure and are still awaiting your test results.  In addition, if you have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 14 days, we ask that you remain home.  If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and have not been symptom free for at least 14 days, we ask that you stay home.

  • Please be aware of the personal space of others.  These are unprecedented and in many ways inconvenient times, but common courtesy and concern for others can go along way toward keeping one another safe. 

We appreciate your cooperation.
Thank you