Arts and Entertainment

Center cancels April 5 'Night Train 57' performance

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State has canceled the Sunday, April 5, presentation of “Night Train 57” plus all associated events and activities.

“We deeply regret the need to cancel this performance as required under these extraordinary circumstances,” said Center for the Performing Arts Director George Trudeau, “and do so also knowing that all involved understand that this in everyone’s best interest.”

The Center for the Performing Arts will automatically refund patrons who had purchased tickets to the performance. Patrons will be refunded the original purchase price of their tickets, excluding service fees. Ticket refunds will be provided by the methods used for purchases. Tickets do not need to be returned to the Arts Ticket Center.   

If paid by cash or check, a refund check will be mailed to the ticket purchaser within two weeks. If paid by credit card, the card used will be refunded the purchase amount. The credit should be reflected on customers’ accounts within three days. Patrons with questions should phone 814-863-0255 or email

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Last Updated March 18, 2020