BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ Trilogy Repertory Co.'s planned summer 'Plays in the Park' are canceled due to lingering concerns over COVID-19, but the theater company is still hoping to present those productions of "Annie" and "Clue" in 2021.

"Due to the uncertain future regulations and restrictions resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, Bernards Township Parks and Recreation has suspended all activities in Pleasant Valley Park for this season," according to an announcement on Trilogy's website. Trilogy had been preparing to present the plays "Annie" and "Clue" at Pleasant Valley Park's outdoor amphitheater, where the free outdoor plays have been presented each summer for more than three decades.

Trilogy said the theater company is hoping to stage both of those plays in summer 2021.

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'Arsenic and Old Lace' Now Rescheduled for November

However, Trilogy also announced that its production of Arsenic and Old Lace, originally scheduled for April at the Fellowship Cultural Arts Center at Fellowship Village in Basking Ridge, has as of now been rescheduled for November. The senior living center is located off Allen Road in Basking Ridge.

More information on the rescheduled production will be forthcoming, with announcements to be posted on the website, and on the Trilogy Repertory Facebook page.

"Trilogy Repertory looks forward to bringing live theater back to Somerset Hills audiences as soon as possible and hopes that all of you remain safe and healthy," according to the latest announcement on the canceled and rescheduled productions.