Welcome to our 21/22 season!
Our incredible staff, artists, patrons and donors have left us speechless with gratitude and hope. The last year has undeniably been the most difficult year in our 102-year history. We we're able to open a six-show outdoor season starting in November 2020 that protected the health of our artists, staff and audiences, put our artistic family back to work, and sustained us through the 20/21 season. And now, we're overwhelmingly grateful to be able to invite you back to our indoor stages.
We look forward to welcoming you back when you are ready—and celebrating the return to our indoor stages!
Michael Barnard, Producing Artistic Director and Vincent VanVleet, Managing Director
Required protocol for all guests
As of 06/25/2021, the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available and accessible, and decisions about whether to attend indoor performances is a matter of personal choice, to be determined on an individual basis.
Actors’ Equity Association (the union that represents our actors) no longer requires that audiences wear a mask. We encourage those that are not vaccinated or chose to continue to wear a mask to do so.
Upon arrival all patrons must submit to a mandatory temperature check. Patrons with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be permitted to enter the space. Their tickets will be refunded in full and all options to view the performance will be explained.
- Numerous hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the property. Patrons will be reminded to wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds through signage in restrooms.
- If any member of a party is feeling sick we require that person to stay home—their ticket can be exchanged or fully refunded. Symptoms of COVID-19 infection include headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, diarrhea, congestion or running nose, and/or a temperature of 100.4 or higher.
We have made changes to our refund policy in order to support you better. Please let us know if signs of illness or other health issues prevent you from attending your performance.