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Health & Safety Protocols

We will be updating these protocols as information becomes available. Please check back often.

You play an essential role in allowing us to reopen safely. With your help we can maximize health and safety compliance and minimize disruption of events. All patrons must observe the Weston Playhouse Theatre Company’s Health and Safety Guidelines, regardless of vaccination status.  
 
Anyone entering the state of Vermont from another state must quarantine, either at their own home prior to arrival or once they reach Vermont, as outlined here: Vermont Department of Health Travel & Quarantine 

These guidelines are subject to change based on updates from the CDC and VT Department of Health.

While you are at our venues...

Masks – We require face coverings that cover the nose, mouth, and chin for all audience members at both indoor and outdoor venues.

Contact Tracing Prior to each performance and/or event, attending audiences, volunteers, staff, and company members will receive a digital contact tracing and health screening survey to be submitted prior to venue entry.  

Physical Distancing – Audiences, volunteers, and staff will be required to maintain a safe physical distance between themselves and individuals not in their party. Seating at our venues is reduced to accommodate for safely spaced seating, and all tickets are general admission.  

Sanitization of VenuesAll indoor venues and our new outdoor festival tent maintain a high standard of cleanliness through frequent disinfection of common spaces before and after all performances. 

Touchless Check-in Procedures To reduce the risk of virus transmission between patrons, ushers, and staff, digital playbills optimized for your mobile device will be made available. Instead of paper tickets, Box Office staff will be using a door list for check-in. There will be no printed tickets, playbills, or other dramaturgical materials.

Resources 

We understand there is a lot of uncertainty during this time and encourage our community to review the resources below for the most up-to-date and comprehensive information available.

 
We will happy to answer questions or provide further clarity about our practices as the summer approaches and appreciate your understanding as we navigate this evolving reality.
 
Last updated March 16, 2021.