The safety, health and well-being of our patrons, volunteers and staff are our top priorities. We are continuing to monitor the situation closely and we are watching Federal or State requirements as they develop. As of right now, all shows are continuing, with heightened precautions.
This weekend and next we have our production of RABBIT HOLE and our fundraiser cabaret, THOSE WERE THE DAYS on Monday, both in the Backstage Theatre space that seats no more than 50 people.
We are currently taking the following steps:
- We are capping our audience size at 250 for all shows through April 13
- We have increased the frequency of professional cleaning services in the theater
- All touch-points (door handles, handrails, seats etc.) are being cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis
- Should any staff members experience cold- or flu-like symptoms, we will have them remain home
- Playbills will be thrown out after every performance
- Cast will not be greeting the audience after performances
If you are experiencing ANY flu-like symptoms, please do not attend.
Exchange fees will be waived for ticket changes, we want our patrons to be as comfortable as possible during this time. As a nonprofit arts organization we ask for your understanding as we navigate the changing landscape of this virus. You may exchange to a later date, donate your tickets back to the theater as a tax-deductible donation, or we can turn your tickets into a flex pass for future productions.
As we monitor the situation future changes may occur.
We encourage everyone to follow best hygiene practices regarding hand-washing, avoiding face touching, and covering sneezes and coughs with your elbow. Stay safe.