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RLT’s Current COVID-19 Policies

10/03/2022


We will continue to prioritize the safety of our community by making informed decisions when it comes to COVID-19. Please see below for a current outline of our rules and regulations for visiting the theatre. While these guidelines cannot guarantee eradication of the virus on our campus, they will allow the organization to communicate and practice all possible safety protocols we are able to achieve so people can make informed choices about their participation in any events or classes.

Revised 10/3/22

At a Glance – Masks & Vaccination Status

At a glance, here are our current requirements surrounding wearing masks:

  • Outdoors: Masks will not be required when attending productions and activities taking place outside.
  • Indoors: Beginning October 3, masks will be optional but encouraged for audiences at indoor performances. However, masks will be required if COVID-19 case numbers rise to put Wake County in the red (high) level, as defined by the CDC. Ticket holders will be notified in the event of a change in mask requirement.

We strongly encourage unvaccinated guests to wear a mask at all times while visiting RLT’s campus. Additionally, we will never discourage someone from wearing a mask. If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask regardless of your vaccination status, we encourage you to do so. We recommend always keeping a mask handy!

Audiences

For outdoor performances:

  • Masks are not required at outdoor productions.
  • We will continue to limit capacity for our outdoor shows. This will allow for comfortable distancing between groups. Please be mindful to leave adequate space between your group and other visitors when choosing where to sit in the amphitheatre.
  • We encourage frequent and thorough handwashing. Soap and hand sanitizer will be readily available during your visit.
  • If you are feeling unwell, are exhibiting any symptoms resembling COVID-19, or have recently tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you please stay home. Contact the box office at BoxOffice@nullRaleighLittleTheatre.org to receive a refund or reschedule your visit for a later date.

For indoor performances:

  • Beginning October 3, masks will be optional but encouraged for audiences at indoor performances. Masks will remain optional unless COVID-19 case numbers rise to put Wake County in the red (high) level, as defined by the CDC. Ticket holders will be notified in the event of a change in mask requirement.
  • Capacity is no longer limited for most indoor shows. Please reach out to the box office if you have specific seating questions or requests.
  • We encourage frequent and thorough handwashing. Soap and hand sanitizer will be readily available during your visit.
  • If you are feeling unwell, are exhibiting any symptoms resembling COVID-19, or have recently tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you please stay home. Contact the box office at BoxOffice@nullRaleighLittleTheatre.org to receive a refund or reschedule your visit for a later date.

Vaccinations & Negative Test Results

Effective April 15, proof of vaccination or a negative test are no longer needed for audiences.

Students

For the most current safety guidelines regarding our education programs, please visit the Camps & Classes Procedures page.

Volunteers & Visitors

Masks will be optional but encouraged for visitors and volunteers. Some more involved positions at the theatre do require proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Your volunteer point of contact can provide more guidance regarding masks and vaccination requirements related to your area of interest – costume shop, scene shop, etc.

Please email Info@nullRaleighLittleTheatre.org if you have any questions regarding COVID-19 procedures. We look forward to safely welcoming you back this season!