Last updated and effective as of September 9,202. This vaccination policy is in effect for performances now through December 31, 2021. For performances after January 2022, we anticipate a review of policies in November, and may include a relaxation of certain provisions or an extension of this policy as the science dictates.
To be permitted to enter the Theatre, guests will need to be Fully Vaccinated with an FDA authorized vaccine. Evidence of the vaccination will be required at the time of entry along with a valid ticket.
“Fully vaccinated” means on the day of the performance date as shown on the valid ticket, a guest is:
· at least 14 days after their second dose of an FDA approved two dose COVID-19 vaccine, or
· at least 14 days after their single dose of an FDA approved single dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Proof of vaccination must come directly from the healthcare provider that performed the vaccination. Guests may display proof on a smartphone or present a physical copy. New York State residents, or anyone who received a COVID-19 vaccine in New York State, may present proof through the use of the Excelsior Pass (for more details, visit: epass.ny.gov).
The only exceptions are:
· guests under the age of 12, who must be accompanied by an adult that meets our Theatres’ vaccination requirements; or
· guests who need reasonable accommodations due to a medical exception or a sincerely held religious belief
Together with the proof of vaccination,
· Guests 18 years or older must also present a government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license or passport.
· Guests 12-18 may use a government-issued photo ID or school ID.
· Guests under 12 do not require ID, but must be accompanied by an adult who meets the above requirements.
Entry will be denied for guests who do not provide the documentation as required above.
Masks are required for all guests, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must be worn at all times while visiting the Theatre except when eating or drinking in designated areas. All masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings.