COVID-19 Safety PoLicies
The health and safety of our theatre community is our top priority. We have enacted the following policies to protect our artists, patrons, volunteers and staff. (Updated as of October 2022)
Individuals wishing to attend any performance must adhere to these policies. In the event that staff becomes aware that these policies are not being followed or intentionally violated, individual(s) will be asked to leave the venue.
If you have questions about these policies, please contact us at email@example.com
Proof of vaccination is no longer required to attend a Three Bone Theatre production.
While we encourage you to follow the advice of your doctor and get vaccinated against COVID-19 - including the new omicron specific booster, there is no longer a requirement of proof of vaccination before entering the theatre.
If you are not feeling well, please do not come to the theatre. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you with alternative ticketing options.
Masks will only be required when the Community Spread Level (Mecklenburg County) is red. Our team will monitor this and post updates on social media and included in our Know Before You Go email to ticket buyers.
If masks are required, please remember:
Cloth and medical masks are acceptable. Face shields, gaters and bandanas are not acceptable.
KN95, KN94, and N95 masks are encouraged!
Masks must be worn covering the mouth and nose.
- Masks must be worn at all times inside the theatre, unless actively eating or drinking.
- Masks must be worn in all other indoor spaces, including the lobby and restrooms, unless actively eating or drinking.
- Concessions may be sold and will be permitted in the theatre.
Artist, staff and volunteer policy
All artists, staff, volunteers and contractors will be required to provide proof of vaccination prior to working with Three Bone Theatre during the 2022-2023 season.
All participants are required to wear masks where and when it is specified.
We encourage everyone to have the latest booster or follow their doctor's recommendation.
If exposure does occur, we will follow Mecklenburg County and North Carolina Health and Safety best practices for communication and quarantining.