COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS
We are excited to welcome you back to RIT for live performances! The safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, and patrons is our top priority. We appreciate your willingness to join us in keeping our community safe from COVID-19.
Our top goal is to provide you with a safe theatre-going experience. Based on current federal health and safety recommendations, and following the practices of other local and state-wide theaters, RIT & NTID Performing Arts are now requiring all patrons to show proof of full vaccination upon entry to performances. No exceptions allowed. Regardless of vaccination status, all patrons must also wear a mask while inside any RIT/NTID facility.
Acceptable proof of vaccination includes:
● Hard-copy CDC vaccination cards, including photos or copies, along with ID
● RIT's SpiRIT Pass, along with ID
● NYS Excelsior Pass, along with ID
● Other government-issued immunization records that prove COVID-19 vaccination status
Currently, Webb Auditorium will be seating audiences at a reduced capacity of 50%. Upon entering the theatre space, audience members will be able to easily identify which seats are available and which are not. This physical distancing will create an additional layer of COVID-19 protection. Webb Auditorium will be cleaned and disinfected after each performance.
If you are unable to be vaccinated or wear a mask, we ask that you do not plan on attending the live performances of Men On Boats, March 25-27.