Thank you for your continued patronage and support of Town Hall Arts Center. We are doing our best to make sure patrons are as informed as possible in the midst of the evolving COVID-19 situation. As an organization and community, we are working with quickly changing information coming from health professionals and local governments. Town Hall Arts Center wants to make the best and safest decisions possible for our patrons, volunteers, staff, and guests.
The CDC released new guidelines and we are excited about what that means for live theater. We have been anxiously waiting for a time to safely gather again, without restrictions and requirements for our patrons. For our upcoming production of “SHOUT! The Mod Musical” we will not be making any major changes to our safety protocols.
We received many positive responses on our safety protocols from patrons who attended Charlie Brown. Because of this level of comfort, and because many patrons have already purchased tickets with the understanding that these safety protocols would be in place for SHOUT, we will still require masks be worn during the run. Social distancing is still strongly recommended but we will relax some safety precautions such as temperature checks, and limited occupancy in the restrooms. We will also re-open our water fountain, however, concessions will not make a return until next season.
As the recovery from the pandemic continues to evolve, we will monitor the situation and respond with changes as necessary to keep our guests and staff safe. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate these new horizons. We really do have the best patrons in the world! THANK YOU!!!