COVID 19 POLICY

COVID-19 POLICY

 

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
UPDATED OCTOBER 24, 2021

As we resume live performances, we are committed to the health and safety of all of our artists, patrons, and employees. We will follow the policies of other theaters in the Boston area. 

We will require proof of vaccination or a recent negative test.

We suggest you arrive 40 minutes before the start of the performance in order to be screened and enter. 

To ensure the safety of all, we implement the following policies:

  • Patrons who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (at least 14 days after final dose) will need to present proof of vaccination. You can show either paper or electronic documentation (including a photo of your card or a vaccination app, such as Bindle, VaxYes, Commonpass, Clear, etc.). Those who have not been fully vaccinated will need to submit a COVID-19 test (see below). If you forget your proof of vaccination or negative test, there will be no admittance, and we will work with you to refund your payment.

  • All unvaccinated guests will be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test administered within 72 hours prior to the performance. Both PCR and antigen tests are acceptable. We will also accept negative at-home (“rapid”) tests administered within 24 hours prior to the performance. Guests can show either paper or electronic documentation (including a photo of negative results).

  • Persons with a religious or medical exemption must still present a negative test result to enter. If you forget your proof of vaccination or negative test, there will be no admittance, and we will work with you to refund your payment.

  • Image Theater requires all guests to wear a mask covering your nose and mouth at all times in the performance space except while actively eating and drinking.

  • Image Theater will provide complimentary masks to guests who forget to bring one. If you choose not to wear a mask, there will be no admittance and we will work with you to refund your payment.

  • We will update this information as the pandemic changes.