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Shakespeare in Delaware Park, BPO seek patron advice on reopening

Cultural organizations are sending short surveys to patrons asking how soon after reopening they would attend events

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Last month, Shakespeare in Delaware Park canceled the rest of its summer season. On Wednesday, the group sent a survey asking for input from patrons on how comfortable they'd be attending after reopening. 

The group sent a short 10-question survey to patrons asking various questions about how comfortable they are with attending large events once reopening is complete. 

"Whenever WNY enters Phase 4 and it's arts and cultural institutions are allowed to reopen, how likely are you to attend any arts or cultural event/venue in person," the survey asked. 

The survey listed many time frames, asking patrons how soon they'd feel comfortable attending arts and cultural events. They also asked patrons what would make them feel comfortable when returning to arts activities and institutions. 

Additionally, The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra has also sent out a survey from the Arts Services Initiative of Western New York asking similar questions.

Anyone can fill out that survey by clicking here.

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