Working Theater is thrilled to welcome back audiences with in-person performances as part of our 2021-2022 season. We take the health and safety of our staff and audience seriously. Outlined below are our protocols to create a safe, low-risk environment to enjoy our performances.



All guests ages 5 and older must present proof of FDA or WHO authorized full vaccination* to attend indoor performances. All proof of vaccination must be accompanied by a valid photo ID. Additionally, all guests must wear a face mask for entry to indoor performances. 

Proof of vaccination may include:

Please note that you must present this proof upon arrival, at which time you will also have your temperature taken. Face coverings must cover your mouth and nose at all times, and should fit securely around the sides of your face. 


*Full vaccination means it must be at least two weeks (14 days) since receiving the final dose of any of the following CDC- and WHO-approved vaccines: Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Moderna, or Astra-Zeneca.


I am not feeling well. What should I do with my ticket?

To best protect our artists, audiences, and staff, we ask that anyone who has tested positive for or is demonstrating symptoms of COVID-19 remain home. Please reach out to as soon as possible to discuss rebooking options.


What about children under the age of 5? 

Guests under the age of 5 must remained masked at all times within the performance venue. 


What about outdoor performances?

Please be sure to check the event page for the outdoor performance you are interested in attending for specific COVID safety protocols. 


For any other questions…

If you have any other questions, including the request for accommodation due to a medical condition or closely held religious belief which prevents vaccination, please email us at



Thank you for working with us to help keep everyone safe!