Zach Theatre Cancels All Remaining Performances of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

ZACH Theatre has canceled all remaining performances of A Christmas Carol through January 2. 

(, through rigorous testing protocols, multiple breakthrough cases of COVID-19 have been detected within the company of A Christmas Carol. The safety of guests, cast, and crew is ZACH Theatre’s top priority, therefore all remaining performances of A Christmas Carol have been canceled effective immediately.  

“While we had hoped to resume performances on Wednesday, December 29, we have confirmed additional COVID cases among the A Christmas Carol company. Our paramount concern is for the health and safety of our artists and audiences. It does, regrettably, put us in the position of making the hard decision to cancel remaining performances,” said Drew Nebrig, Director of Marketing and Communications. “We were heartbroken to cancel during the holiday week when so many families come to ZACH for their holiday tradition. Up until this production, our seats had been empty for over 626 days – so to reopen was a Christmas gift not just for ZACH, but for artists and the Austin community. The art and theatre sector has been hit so hard during the pandemic, and this feels like another hit – but we are hopeful our cast and crew recover quickly, and that, right now is our main concern. We look forward to getting back to live theatre in 2022.”

All ticket holders will receive an email outlining their options. Anyone with additional questions can reach out to the ZACH Theatre Box Office at 512-476-0594 ext.1. Please continue to check and follow ZACH Theatre on social media to stay up to date.

About ZACH Theatre

A non-profit organization, ZACH creates intimate theatre experiences that ignite the imagination, inspire the spirit, and engage the community. As Austin’s leading professional producing theatre, ZACH employs more than 300 actors, musicians, and designers annually to create its own diverse array of nationally recognized plays and musicals under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Dave Steakley and Managing Director Elisbeth Challener. Each year, ZACH serves nearly 140,000 Central Texans – 57,000 of which are children and youth who participate in our education and outreach programs, as well as inspiring camps and classes. Founded in 1932, ZACH is the longest continuously running theatre company in the state of Texas, and one of the ten oldest in the country. Visit for more information.

ZACH Theatre’s 2021–22 Season is sponsored in part by Baylor Scott & White Health, Holiday Inn-Town Lake, Betty Nowlin, and Carolyn and Marc Seriff; and by grants from The Shubert Foundation, Junior League of Austin, The National Endowment for the Arts, Texas Commission on the Arts, and the Cultural Arts Division of The City of Austin Economic Development Department.


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A Christmas Carol (Zach Theatre)
by Dave Steakley, adapting Charles DIckens
Zach Theatre

November 26 - December 28, 2014
Zach Theatre
1510 Toomey Road
Austin, TX, 78704

Performances are Wednesdays - Saturdays at 7:30 pm, and Sundays at 2:30 pm.

Tickets start at $25 and are available online at, by phone at 512-476-0541 ext. 1, or in person at the ZACH Theatre Box Office, in the Topfer Theatre, 202 South Lamar Blvd. (corner of Riverside Drive and South Lamar Blvd.) Monday through Saturday, 12 noon – 7 pm.  ZACH Theatre is wheelchair accessible.  Discounts are available for groups of 8 or more. Student Rush Tickets are $18 one hour before show time (with valid ID).