STAYING SAFE AT LYRIC in 2023
Lyric Theatre Company remains committed to keeping our members and community safe. Read below to see how we do that. As always, we thank you for you cooperation, patience, and commitment to our community. (All policies subject to change at the discretion of the Board and Executive Director.)
- Stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms of respiratory illness.
- Everyone aged 5 and older must provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, if eligible, in order to volunteer in the Lyric Creative Space. Proof must be in the form of a CDC-issued Vaccination Record Card, and for adults, a matching photo ID. (This may be submitted digitally.) Medical and age exemptions will be accepted in accordance with CDC guidelines and must be arranged with the Executive Director prior to arrival at any Lyric event, or to the Lyric Creative Space.
- Volunteers entering the Lyric Creative Space must sign a Volunteer Health Agreement or have a parent/guardian do so on their behalf.
- Masks are currently optional in the Lyric Creative Space. We encourage you to wear one if you are more comfortable doing so. Masks will be required for Lyric volunteers in the Lyric Creative Space and backstage at the Flynn during the last 3 weeks of rehearsals and for the duration of performances of Main Stage shows. (For example: March 22, 2023 – April 16, 2023 for Shrek.) All volunteers working on or backstage, or directly with any cast members, shall remain masked. Exceptions to this policy include musicians, performers, or volunteers whose duties would be impeded should they wear a mask. Masks are to be surgical grade medical masks (cloth masks are not acceptable). This policy will expire upon completion of the final performance.
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