Covid Health Guidelines

We are *thrilled* to be doing in person shows again, and judging from our audiences, you’re glad we are too.

While we’re slowly returning to a sense of normalcy, health is still our overriding concern. To that end, we strongly encourage you to wait until you are fully vaccinated before attending in-person shows or classes.

We are currently in: Stage 4

Here is an outline of the action we’re taking, and what we’re asking of our audiences, guided by the COVID-19 stages outlined by The City of Austin.

Stages 1-2

  • No special requirements.
  • Masks are encouraged, but not required.
  • Food and drink are allowed while seated in the theater.
  • Tickets must be purchased in advance or on your smartphone—no physical tickets will be issued at the box office.

Stage 3

  • Audiences must wear masks in the theater.
  • Food and drink are not allowed while in the theater, and must be consumed in the coffee house before you enter the theater. (Don’t worry, we’ll give you a 15 minute warning).
  • Performers not actively on stage in a scene must wear masks in the theater.
  • Tickets must be purchased in advance or on your smartphone—no physical tickets will be issued at the box office.

Stage 4

  • Audiences must wear masks in the theater.
  • Students and Teachers in our classes must wear masks.
  • Food and drink must be consumed in the coffee house before entering the theater.
  • Performers will wear masks at all times.
  • Temperatures will be checked at the door.
  • Masks will be required in the coffee house unless you are actively eating or drinking (mask off, take sip, mask back on.)
  • Theater capacity will be reduced, and seats will be in groups of two and spaced out.
  • Tickets must be purchased in advance or on your smartphone—no physical tickets will be issued at the box office.

Stage 5

  • We will consider pausing in person shows and classes, in accordance with CDC and City of Austin recommendations and findings.

Thank you for your time, and for complying with these guidelines, so that we can remain safe while doing the things we love.