Our Plan to Keep Patrons Safe
To accommodate social distancing, seating will include blocked-off rows and attenders will be seated in pods. Masks will be required throughout the show for audience members. Before entering the theater, all attenders will need to show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event, along with matching photo ID. Proof of vaccination or negative test result can be either a physical vaccine card or official record, or a photo of it. “After the year we had in 2020,” says Mayer, “I’m never taking live theater for granted again! And although we still have to take these precautions, we should all feel blessed to be here at all. I know I do!” If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
ART Audience Waver
By purchasing tickets and attending an Acadia Rep performance, I agree to comply with all health and safety protocols implemented by Acadia Rep based on applicable federal, state, and local rules and guidelines, and I agree that Acadia Rep cannot guarantee that I will not be exposed to and contract COVID-19 or other contagious diseases, and all those entering the performance space do so at their own risk. I accept the risk of being exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 or other contagious diseases along with all related consequences. I agree that this waver means I give up my right to bring any claims, including but not limited to claims of negligence. Admission to any Acadia Repertory event is conditioned on compliance with health and safety protocols. Visitors who do not follow applicable safety protocols may be asked to leave the premises.