For the safety and peace of mind of our audience members, artists, volunteers and staff, Ten Thousand Things Theater is requiring proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for our in-person performances, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours or less of the performance.
- As an added precaution, all audience members, volunteers and staff are required to wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth inside the venue. This follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent recommendation that everyone should wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status. We will also be performing at reduced capacity to allow for distancing.
- All artists are fully vaccinated and will perform unmasked with a minimum of six feet between artists and audience, as stipulated by Actors’ Equity Association. In order to ensure this safety measure, the production will not be performed in-the-round.
- We have also made the incredibly difficult decision to not travel to partner communities for this production. Efforts will be made to bring community partners to us, and we will record the performance to share. Also, all tickets will be pay-what-you-can to fit multiple economic abilities and needs.
- We have plans to resume our community tours and signature in-the-round style as soon as it is safe to do so. We greatly appreciate your compliance with this policy and thank you for helping to ensure that we are keeping each other safe.
Please bring the following items when attending an in-person performance:
- A photo ID
- A face mask
- A COVID-19 vaccination card or electronic equivalent, with the final dose at least 14 days prior to the show OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test result (printed or digital) within 72 hours or less from to the performance
Why is this policy necessary?
This policy ensures the safety of our audience members, staff, volunteers and artists, and minimizes the risk and spread of the virus. All Ten Thousand Things staff and artists are fully vaccinated, and The Comedy of Errors team is regularly tested to ensure safety for ALL.
What if you are not vaccinated and don’t have proof of a negative COVID-19 test?
Access to a recorded version of the production will be available on our website.
I don’t feel well. Should I still attend the show?
Where can I get more information regarding COVID-19 vaccinations?
If you are not currently vaccinated, you can find out when, where, and how to get a free COVID-19 vaccine via Minnesota’s Vaccine Connector.