Being forced to close our doors was an unexpected turn in our 42nd season. We never expected to be cancelling shows for anything other than blizzards or tornadoes! But we have been supported through this time by those in our community and state that know that theater is one of the things we want to bring back! It brings us together in ways that other things cannot.
We expect to open our doors on September 30, 2021, with our 44th Season Opener of “Our Town.” This could change, of course, as we follow health directives for our state and recommendations from our local government.
To that end, we have put several measures in place, and want you to know that they are for your benefit, as well as those of our actors. So what are we doing, and what will that first show in the fall look like?
At this time, we expect to have full capacity in the fall. This will be determined by state and local guidelines, and board recommendations.
If we need to make adjustments we will be adhering to social distancing guidelines, and keeping patrons at least six feet apart from others that are attending. This means that we may limit seating, and you may not be able to sit in your favorite spot, as tables will be assigned with an empty table inbetween patrons, and chairs in Rows A and B may not be used. It also means that online sales may be limited, and purchases may need to be made through our Box Office.
We have hand sanitizer stations available.
Our bar service will be available as long as we remain in the green or yellow zones for Two Rivers. Preordered beverages are available to season ticket holders only.
During rehearsals, all non-vaccinated actors and crew will wear masks. Those that are vaccinated will be able to go unmasked in the green zone and masked in the yellow and above zones.
We are excited to have you back, and hope that you will be comfortable in our house. We look forward to seeing you soon!
(All procedures subject to change, according to local and state guidelines and laws.)
We encourage those who are at risk to stay at home. This would include:
1) The elderly
2) Those with underlying medical conditions
3) Family members who live with elderly people or those at risk
4) Those in contact with those at risk in nursing institutions
5) Those who live with someone with upper respiratory or flu-like symptoms
6) Those who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19
7) Those who have been sick in the last three weeks prior to attendance, or who live with someone who has been ill
8) Any others at risk as determined by the TRHD or a medical professional