SAFE AND CLEAN COMMITMENT
COVID-19 Policy as of 10/6/21
MASKS & NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST OR VACCINATION REQUIRED
Effective as of October 6, 2021, Broadway in Tucson requires audiences to be fully vaccinated in order to provide the safest space possible for patrons, cast, crew, and staff as we again raise the curtain in the room where it happens. Our updated COVID-19 policy requires ticket holders, ages 12 and over, must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to the performance date and time. As an alternative, you may be fully vaccinated and present your vaccination card at the theatre at the time of arrival for your performance date. “Fully vaccinated” means your performance is at least 14 days after your final vaccine dose.
Proof of vaccination can be provided via a photo of your vaccine card or presenting your physical vaccine card.
To enter the theatre, please bring a photo ID, one of the accepted masks, a negative COVID test and/or proof of vaccination. You may provide either your physical vaccination card or a picture of your vaccination card.
Masks are required for all ticket holders, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must be worn at all times, except when actively eating or drinking in designated areas. Acceptable masks, pictured below, are cloth, surgical or (K)N95. No gaiters, bandanas, or masks with an exhalation valve will be allowed.
For questions regarding this policy, please email Info@BroadwayInTucson.com.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY AND CLEAN INFORMATION
As Broadway in Tucson looks to our future reopening, the health and safety of our Patrons and our Community is the highest priority. Our Broadway in Tucson Safe and Clean Commitment was designed to enhance safety and minimize risk for our Patrons, the Cast, Crew and Performers of the national tours we host, and all of our Broadway in Hollywood Team Members. It ensures the hygiene and sanitation practices of our Theatres meet or exceed regulatory requirements and the recommendations of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. This commitment also includes new cleanliness protocols that meet or exceed our already rigorous standards.
By closely monitoring industry and government guidance regarding the COVID-19 virus, including information supplied by the Arizona Department of Public Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Pima County Department of Public Health, we are implementing additional guidelines and procedures for personal protection, ventilation, and cleaning with an emphasis on the prevention of transmission of respiratory illnesses.
These protocols are based on the most current information available for the live entertainment venue industry, as well as other pertinent industries. As we move forward, we will continue to monitor guidelines from the CDC, state and county, for the latest public health guidance to continually update these procedures.
Our Broadway in Tucson Safe and Clean Commitment covers all of the lobbies, seating areas, stage, backstage, concession areas, and administrative offices at Broadway in Tucson.
Examples of our enhanced health and safety protocols are:
Request that guests and staff to stay home if they are feeling ill
Enhanced air filtration utilizing filters and maximizing outside air
Easy access to hand-washing facilities and hand sanitizers for guests and staff members
Training for all staff members on safe and clean procedures including frequent cleaning and monitoring of all high-touch areas before, during, and after show
WHAT DOES "FULLY VACCINATED" MEAN?
Fully vaccinated means that the performance you attend is at least 14 full days after your final vaccine dose.
WHAT TYPE OF PROOF OF VACCINATION DO I NEED
WHAT IF I AM UNABLE TO PROVIDE PROOF OF VACCINATION?
Guests under the age of 12 or those who need a reasonable accommodation for medical reasons or due to a sincerely help religious belief must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
DO I SITLL NEED TO WEAR A MASK?
YES. Masks are required for all ticket-holders, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must be worn at all times, except when eating or drinking in designated areas.
WHY IS BROADWAY IN TUCSON REQUIRING VACCINATIONS AND MASKS?
After consulting with the Pima County Department of Public Health regarding the severity of the current COVID-19 situation and Delta variant surge, Broadway in Tucson has determined that additional safety measures to keep patrons, staff, crew and performers safe are appropriate. Vaccinations remain the most powerful tool that we have to ensure safety for all.