We at STC take the safety of our patrons, staff, artists, crew, volunteers, and apprentices very seriously. Effective as of September 2022, our Health & Safety Requirements for attending a performance are the following:
Guidance on Masks
STC will follow CDC guidelines and require masking when our county is at high-risk level. At medium-risk levels, masks are encouraged. At low-risk levels, masks are encouraged are not required. You can follow the CDC’s COVID-19 County Check Website to find out current levels determining when we will require audience members to wear a mask.
Additional COVID-19 Safety Protocols
All staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated as are the instructors for the School of the Arts. Performers must show proof of vaccination and all cast and crew members test regularly to keep each other and patrons safe as they perform without masks.
In Summer 2020, we replaced our air filtration system with state-of-the-art units throughout all of our buildings, that trap and kill all airborne viruses, including flu and COVID-19, as well as exchanging with outside air multiple times per hour and near constant circulation in order to facilitate the system scrubbing the air in every space.
STC has implemented CDC recommended cleaning practices before, during and after performances, with a focus on high-touch areas. Several sanitation upgrades have also taken place, such as automatic towel & soap dispensers and hand sanitizer is available throughout the theatre lobby.
We will continue to follow all up-to-date COVID compliant guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable return to live theatre. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our procedures.