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6th Street has been back in business for several months now and COVID-19 safety protocols have been keeping hundreds of patrons safe every week. We’d like to give you the most up-to-date information on how to prepare for a night at the theatre. The rules have remained largely the same since our re-opening, but in light of a few small changes, here’s an easy cheat sheet to put your mind at ease.  

It comes down to three easy steps:

Step 1: Be vaccinated. And by vaccinated, we mean your final dose has had at least 14 days to get antibodies flowing. Aside from that, it’s dealer’s choice among this phenomenal list of eight vaccines approved by the WHO (for international guests, two doses of any “mix and match” combination of vaccines is acceptable). This now applies to anyone 12 and up and applied to children 5 and up as of January 29, so if you’re planning to surprise your kids, grandkids, nieces, or nephews with tickets to one of our productions or classes, make sure they will be fully vaccinated by showtime or first class. 

Step 2: Bring proof that you were vaccinated to the theatre, including a government-issued photo ID—if you’re ages 12-18, a school ID is just fine. 

Step 3: Wear a mask for the whole show, excepting only times you might be actively eating or drinking out of doors before the show or during intermission.

What counts as “proof” of vaccination?

Here are your three best options:

  1. A physical vaccination card
  2. A photo of a physical vaccination card
  3. A digital vaccine app (e.g. MyVaccineRecord, https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov)

What if you can’t get vaccinated?

There are two scenarios in which you can enter one of our theatres unvaccinated:

  1. If you have a medical condition that precludes it 
  2. If you have a “sincerely held” religious belief that precludes it

In both scenarios, instead of providing proof of vaccination, you can either…

  1. Show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance.
  2. Show proof of a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance. 

What about those newly vaccine-eligible 5-11-year-olds?

Beginning January 29, theatre-goers ages 5-11 have been required to show proof of complete COVID-19 vaccination and adhere to the rules stated above for ticket holders ages 12 and up. 

These are the rules that will apply through April 30, 2022, so keep your eyes peeled for updates later this year. However, if you’ve already scheduled a night out at the theatre, grab your cell phone, your driver’s license, and a cozy-yet-fashionable mask, and you’re as ready for a night of great theatre as you’ve ever been.

Guests may present proof of vaccination with an original document, or a photo (printed or digital) of the document, bearing your name, plus matching ID. Other official proofs are also welcome. For example, California residents may access their vaccination record digitally via http://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/.

In addition to proof of vaccination, all guests 18 years or older must also present a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport. Guests under 18 may also use a school photo ID. Guests under 12 must be accompanied by an adult who meets the above requirements.

Guests who do not comply with these protocols will be denied entry or asked to leave the theatre.

Patrons who have previously purchased tickets and are unable to comply with these policies will be offered a refund or credit to their account.