Accessibility & Frequently Asked Questions
What are the new COVID protocols?
SkirtsAfire continues to monitor public health measures and requirements and are continually planning and responding to news as information unfolds. The health and safety of our artists, staff, and patrons is our top priority. Based on the provincial announcement on Friday, January 29, we will be cancelling our live events that were set to take place in the Westbury Theatre. While it is heartbreaking to have to cancel many amazing events, we are ready to embrace this challenge and have begun exploring creative solutions to our current limiting restrictions. We have some exciting options we are working on as we pivot, including digital and outdoor offerings, still happening March 4-14. Stay tuned for all the exciting details coming to you over the next few weeks! Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org anytime.
How do I get tickets?
Good question! Since shifting online, most of our digital programming will be available free of charge or By Donation. Streaming our MainStage play, Makings of a Voice by Dana Wylie, will be $27 (plus applicable fees) per household and available soon. Each event on our website will have the direct ticket link or By Donation form as well!
What if I purchased a pass or tickets to an in-person show already?
First of all, thank you for your support and excitement for our upcoming programming as we worked towards the goal of in-person events, bringing live performances back to you once again. If you purchased a pass or tickets already, you should have received an email from Fringe Theatre letting you know your options of using your purchased ticket(s) for a digital streaming link, donating the value of your ticket to SkirtsAfire, or receiving a full refund. If you did not receive an email or have further questions, please email email@example.com.
What if I’m having trouble accessing the digital recording of Makings of a Voice by Dana Wylie?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for all your technical issue needs!
Can men enjoy the events?
Funny enough, we get this question a lot! And we are always happy to answer it with a big YES! Being an arts organization that features women-identifying and non-binary artists and their stories, there is a misconception that our events are only for these folx. But we want to challenge the idea that art by women is art for only women. We welcome everyone to come and enjoy our jam-packed 10 days and see what amazing performances, exhibits, and events we have to offer.
More questions? Keep them coming! Email email@example.com anytime. We’d love to hear from you.