Updated August 31, 2021
Beginning March 2020, our protocols were implemented and adjusted as situations warranted. To date, we have no record of someone tracing a contact to our premises. The very few instances of possible infections were false reports or the individual was not in the theatre during the contagious phase of the illness. Know that The Playhouse remains committed to monitoring current recommendations and restrictions and thus this safety guide is subject to change based on local, state, and federal regulations and requirements.
Our safety guide has been updated and reflects these main changes.
- Masks are required for performances of Cabaret and with their eyes and during classes regardless of vaccine status. Volunteers and guests who do not comply will not be admitted and tickets or tuition will be refunded.
- The Playhouse will seat at full capacity if demand warrants.
- The Playhouse will make adjustments where possible at the time of the performance for those who prefer greater seating distance from other guests.
Protecting Yourself & Others
- Please do not come if you are feeling unwell or have been unwell in the past 14 days, have been recently diagnosed with COVID-19, or are awaiting a COVID-19 test result. We will refund your ticket order.
- Anyone over the age of 2 will still be required to correctly wear a mask inside The Playhouse.
- Hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol is readily available throughout public areas.
- Playbills are entirely digital. Links are sent in Welcome emails and posted on shows’ website pages.
- Credit/debit cards are preferred for contactless paymentsat Concessions.
Playhouse Additional Safety Practices
- Volunteers and staff are required to wear masks at all times.
- Tickets can be exchanged or refunded if guests are feeling unwell or have been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By entering The Playhouse’s facilities, guests, volunteers, and staff voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
We have drawn upon the guidelines suggested by local, state, and federal agencies, experts, and associations. The Playhouse remains committed to monitoring the current recommendations, guidelines, and restrictions to which we are subject. Click here to read the current safety guidelines, updated Aug. 31, 2021.