At Stage Left, we are constantly reevaluating our safety policies to ensure that they are not only meeting CDC recommendations and complying with local mandates, but also meeting the unique needs of our theater and community. After careful consideration, we have decided to remove the requirement that patrons show proof of vaccination in order to attend performances. This decision follows the examples being set by our counterparts on Broadway and in the regional theaters of Seattle. We still strongly urge vaccination against COVID-19 for all who are able.
Because our presence at the theater relies on the health and well-being of our live performers, their safety must always be a top consideration. Even as COVID cases in our state begin to decline, we must continue to be vigilant in order to continue offering live, in-person performances. In order to ensure that we are able to continue offering a full line-up of in-person productions, we will continue to require that masks be worn inside the theater at all times while not actively eating or drinking. Performers will be unmasked only while onstage.
As before, we will continue to offer virtual streaming alternatives to live performances. This change is one we hope to implement on a permanent basis, in order to make our performances more accessible to all. Whether you are uncomfortable attending a live performance, do not wish to wear a mask indoors, or simply want to see our productions more than once, you can enjoy many of our productions and festivals from the comfort of your home. More details about streaming options will be posted on our TICKETS & NEWS page as they become available for reservation.
Questions about our COVID policy can be directed to General Manager and Certified COVID Compliance Officer Joy Wood at (509) 838-9727 or BoxOffice.StageLeft@Gmail.com.
MASK UP FOR SAFETY!