Some of its shows have been postponed to 2021, but Theatre L'Homme Dieu said those that remain will move outside.
Shows will be outside or in a drive-in setting, and one may possibly be held away from its campus, the theater announced in an email.
It said that it takes seriously the health and well-being of its community, patrons, artists and staff, and will follow the safety recommendations from the governor's office as well as local hospitals and safety officials.
Its calendar remains fluid as staff modifies shows for this summer or later in the years. New shows and opportunities are also in the works, the theater said, adding that it would provide more information when able.
"Our goal is to not go dark, and to bring people together when the time is right and the situation is right," the news release said. "At this time we are still on pause and not able to release shows that may happen this summer, but again we can confirm - things are happening behind the scenes and we have every intention of making something work."