COLDTOWNE THEATER COVID PROTOCOLS

PREVENTION PROTOCOLS

SHOWS

LOW: Masking is optional

MEDIUM: Masking inside is highly encouraged and greatly appreciated for audience members and staff and optional for performers.

HIGH: Masking inside is mandatory for audience and staff. Proof of vaccination or a negative test is required for entry. Shows could be postponed or cancelled.

 
CLASSES
 
LOW: Masking is optional.  Proof of vaccination provided upon registration.

MEDIUM: Masking is required. Classes are capped at 10 students and proof of vaccination provided upon registration.  Student attendance policy is flexible, with make up options generally available. 
 
HIGH: Masking is required. Classes are capped at 10 students and proof of vaccination provided upon registration. Student attendance policy is flexible, with make up options generally available. Temperature and exposure check at the top of each class. 

 

EXPOSURE PROTOCOLS

SHOWS

For staff and performers:

Exposure or Potential Exposure

If you feel sick, you should stay home and get tested. If you think or know you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, immediately inform your teacher or director and cast or classmates as well, so they can take necessary precautions. When you know your final test result, please share that with the group as well. If you test positive, see below. 

Positive Test Result

Please notify a staff member immediately after a positive test if you were in a show, rehearsal, class, jam, or any community event leading up to the onset of symptoms or positive test. If you can, notify your director, teacher, cast, classmates, etc that you tested positive as well. A Staff member will notify audience members, venue staff, and others who may have attended your show or event. Follow CDC Guidelines for quarantining. Talk to your teacher or director about possible digital hybrid options for your next rehearsal or class. Take care of yourself, and take care of your community by preventing spread. ColdTowne will endure. It always does. 

For Audience Members:

If buying tickets at the door, please leave your name and email in our guest log so we can reach out for contact tracing. 

Exposure or Potential Exposure

If you feel sick, you should stay home and get tested. If you think or know you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, please exchange or cancel your show tickets (you can do this through the confirmation email you got when you purchased your ticket or by emailing will@coldtownetheater.com). We may not catch all emails before the show but will get back to you in the next week. In the meantime, get tested or quarantine under the CDC guidelines

Positive Test Result

If you test positive for COVID-19 and you think or know you were exposed at an official ColdTowne event, please notify coldtownehq@gmail.com with the name and date of your event. Staff will notify every person at the show and you will remain anonymous.

 

CLASSES

For teachers and students;

If you have had COVID-19 Exposure or Potential COVID-19 Exposure

  • Stay home. Your absence will not count against you. And there will be options to make up the class.
  • Notify your teacher and the Conservatory Director (ctconservatory@gmail.com) in case they need to contact classmates about potential exposure.
  • Get tested after 5 days minimum after potential exposure and share results with your teacher and the Conservatory Director before returning to class. If you are experiencing symptoms but not yet testing positive, please retest in a couple days. 

In case of a Positive Test Result

  • Please notify your teacher immediately after a positive test if you were in a class, jam, or any community event leading up to the onset of symptoms or positive test. 
  • Follow CDC Guidelines for quarantining
  • Talk to your teacher about possible digital hybrid options for your next class. Take care of yourself, and take care of your community by preventing spread. 

Post-illness (when you can return to class)

  • If you have recovered and are now testing negative, please continue to wear a well-fitting mask in the next class if you are within the 10 day period from exposure or first symptom (CDC Guidelines).
  • As a reminder, we encourage the optional use of masks in general and usually have extra masks available in the classroom.