COVID-19 Safety Policy
Updated: Aug 24, 2022
Updated: St. Dunstan's Theatre - COVID-19 Safety Policy, August 24, 2022
St. Dunstan's Theatre will continue to support our vaccination policy from the 2021-2022 season listed below. We will keep our policy in place for the 2022-2023 season. All cast and crew must show proof of vaccination before participating in shows.
Audience members and patrons are not required to show proof of vaccination when attending performances. Masks are also no longer required, but encouraged, especially when attending an indoor performance.
St. Dunstan’s Theatre - COVID-19 Safety Policy, July 27, 2021
In accordance with CDC and MDHHS guidelines, St. Dunstan’s Theatre supports resuming activities that we did prior to the pandemic after individuals have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19. We support fully vaccinated individuals in auditioning for our productions and participating in our productions as actors, crew, volunteers and production team members. Auditionees may audition for shows after they have been fully vaccinated. Please bring original vaccination cards to auditions to verify your vaccination status. Crew members and volunteers, as well as parents of child actors, will also be welcome to join our productions after they have been fully vaccinated. If you are interested in volunteering in a production, please bring your original vaccination card with you. Vaccination information will not be shared outside of the production or held after the production is over. St. Dunstan’s Theatre urges all of our patrons to keep each other safe by wearing masks inside our Theatre. CDC and MDHHS guidelines recommend masks and face coverings to maximize protection against the Delta variant, especially when indoors at public functions and for individuals who have weakened immune systems, have increased risk for severe disease, or are unvaccinated. This policy will continue to evolve with the recommendations of the CDC and MDHHS guidelines, and will be reviewed monthly.