In March 2020, we announced the cancellation of the remainder of our 2019/2020 Season, which included Shakespeare in Love, Hold These Truths, Bayard Rustin: Inside Ashland, Mary Jane, and Songs for NobodiesIf you have been affected by these cancellations and have not yet been in touch with us, please contact the Box Office at 610.644.3500 or tickets@peopleslight.orgThe People's Light Box Office and administrative offices are closed, though our staff is working remotely Monday through Friday.

No staged productions are currently running and our indoor spaces are closed to the public. However, tickets to two socially-distanced outdoor offerings are now available to purchase. As we continue to monitor confirmed COVID-19 cases in the area, we are constantly evaluating the safety of our on-campus programming and will cancel events if necessary.

We are working in partnership with East Whiteland Township to offer a Drive-In Concert Series, following current PA regulations for outdoor events. These drive-in concerts, held in our back parking lot, are designed for small groups within the same “social bubble” to safely enjoy outdoor entertainment together. Tickets are limited and social distancing is enforced. Click here for more information about our concert guidelines.

Folk Tales in the Garden is a socially distanced, outdoor edu-tainment offering for families with young children running Wednesday through Saturday at 10am. Tickets are extremely limited; only eight reservations are available per event and social distancing will be enforced. We have protocols in place for disinfecting spaces, surfaces, and equipment used by guests, artists, and staff. Our artists have separate dressing rooms and restrooms, do not share hand props, and maintain a 6-foot distance from each other and our guests. More details can be found here

The Farmhouse at People's Light is open for outdoor dining on select Friday evenings, and contactless takeout is available Wednesday through Sunday. Click here for a COVID-19 Update from The Farmhouse

For information on how to prevent the spread of illness, refer to the World Health Organization’s advice for the public. If you are a Pennsylvania resident and are experiencing symptoms or believe you have been exposed to the virus, call 1-877-PA-HEALTH.