COVID-19 VACCINATIONS REQUIRED
Before being admitted into the theatre, all audience members must provide proof of vaccination along with photo ID.
For the health, safety and well-being of our patrons, staff and artists, Open Book Theatre Company’s current COVID-19 policy requires guests to be vaccinated. Upon arrival and prior to entering the building, all guests must present a photo ID along with proof that they meet the CDC definition of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, either in the form of a physical vaccination card or a photo of the card.
We are also requiring masks while our community transmission is rated at “substantial” or above.
*Performers will NOT be masked while performing. All other staff and volunteers will follow the same masking guidelines as the audience.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE THEATRE IF YOU ARE SICK. We have a generous exchange policy. We will happily work with you to reschedule your visit.
NOTE: This policy is subject to changes at any time, in accordance with fluctuating local, state, and federal guidelines. Please check back for our current policy before your scheduled performance date.
OUR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
In addition to requiring audience vaccination, we are taking the following precautions against COVID-19:
- We have required full vaccination for all staff, artists, and volunteers who work onsite at Open Book Theatre.
- Upgraded ventilation system and filtration to recommended COVID standards (installed i-Wave C filters, fans will run the whole time audience is in the building, and we are refreshing with outdoor air)
- High touch surfaces will be regularly sanitized
- Hand sanitizer readily available
- Decreased capacity to 75%
- We will not be reusing programs or laminated tickets
- We will not have any concessions
Policy approved by the OBTC board of directors, 7/29/2021
We understand that not everyone is vaccinated right now, for a variety of reasons. We look forward to the day when the risk of COVID infection is lessened and we are able to welcome everyone into our building. Until that time, we thank you for your patience as we work to provide the safest possible environment for our artists, staff, volunteers and patrons.