TBA Theatre's Frequently Asked Questions regarding Covid-19
In accordance with our mission, vision, and values, TBA seeks to create a safe, nurturing environment for artists of all ages. To protect the health and wellness of our staff, actors, crew, and audience during the COVID pandemic, we are implementing important safety measaures.
Are you doing a season of plays for 2021-2022?
Absolutely! Check out our fall line up here.
Will your shows be in-person or live stream?
Yes! We will be doing in-person performances, and offering live stream options for shows that have live-streaming rights available.
Are masks required for audience members?
Yes. Since the vaccine is currently only available for ages 12 and up, we will be requiring masks for audience members. If you aren't comfortable wearing a mask over your nose and mouth while at our performances, we encourage you to look at online viewing options.
Are you requiring proof of vaccination or testing for audience members to attend performances?
We will NOT be requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test to attend our performances. We strongly encourage you to stay home if you are sick or have symptoms of Covid-19.
Are you requiring vaccination for cast and crew?
Yes, all cast and crew eligible to be vaccinated are required to be vaccinated.
Will masks be required at rehearsals?
Yes, masks will be required at rehearsals. Actors and crew will wear masks when they aren't actively working on a scene. The stage manager or director will instruct actors on when it is appropriate to remove their masks.
What are we doing to help prevent the spread of disease during production?
Limited rehearsal and performance sizes.
Conducting health screenings for each participant upon arrival including using a touchless thermometer to take the temperature of each participant. (We will not do this for public audiences, as masking is required)
Hand sanitize upon entry
Regular cleaning of surfaces, doorknobs, etc
If you have more questions, please email us at play@tbatheatre or direct message TBA Theatre on facebook.