Covid-19 Mask & Vaccine Policy

As we prepare for the New Year and the beginning of our 2022 season, the health and safety of our patrons, performers, volunteers, students and staff are of critical concern in view of the rising Covid cases in New Jersey. Our theater’s small footprint, the small size of the trailer, the green room and the tiny backstage area, all make for very close contact for prolonged periods of time during rehearsals and programs. Beginning January 1, all people auditioning, performing, employed or volunteering at events at Brundage Park Playhouse must show proof of full vaccination prior to entry. The only exceptions are for those who cannot get a vaccine due to medical condition, religion or other valid reason; in those cases you must produce a negative COVID test taken within 48 hours before entering the theater. Masks will be required at all times for everyone while in the building, including children, and may be removed only while engaged in eating or drinking. More and more artists and venues have made this policy a requirement for performances to take place, in accordance with the advice by medical experts. In order to have a policy consistent with the industry, we have adopted these guidelines. It is the best and safest way to bring you live performances on our stage that protect everyone performing or working events at Brundage. We will continue to monitor the rapidly changing conditions and review our policy and the recommendations of health experts in order to ensure the safest way to present productions.

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