COVID-19 Safety Protocols
COVID Policy for Theatre & Event Patrons
- The wearing of masks is optional in our public lobby and theatrical spaces for both events and performances.
COVID Policy for Education Corridors - Yellow Sign Areas
- Due to the current rehearsal process for productions containing Actor’s Equity Association cast members, the corridors of our Education Center will be marked with Yellow signage to indicate masking requirements. N95 and KN95 masks are recommended. When actors are present.
COVID Policy for Professional Rehearsal Spaces and Backstage – Red Sign Areas
- Rehearsal rooms and backstage corridors for our professional productions will be marked with Red signage to indicate health checkpoints (hand sanitation & temperature checks) along with vaccination requirements for all non-masked participants. Access to these areas will be limited to cast and production personnel ONLY. Any unmasked participants (i.e. Cast Members) using this area will undergo testing with frequency based on Actor’s Equity Association guidelines. Lastly, N95/KN95 masks will be provided to all with access to the Red sign area. When actors are present.
How Can You Help?
- If you are experiencing ANY COVID-19 related symptoms, please let us know. These include but are not limited to: fever (100.4 or above), headaches, cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, fatigue, new loss of smell and/or taste, diarrhea, chills/shaking. We ask that you DO NOT come to a RMT event, class or camp if you are experiencing these symptoms.
- If you are feeling ill or have knowingly been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please notify us prior to your class, camp or performance.
- Please refrain from touching any unnecessary surfaces or belongings/costumes/props/etc. that are not your own.
- In whichever venue you are rehearsing or performing, please remain only in areas/rooms that have been designated to you by RMT staff.
If you are exposed to someone who has tested positive or you have tested positive yourself, please follow the latest CDC guidelines.
Thank you for your continued support and flexibility.
updated March 3, 2022