COVID-19

The safety of our audiences and our artists is our highest priority. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and how it affects our programming and will continually reevaluate our protocols. (Last update: April 19, 2022.)

For more information about Coronavirus in Wisconsin, please visit the WI Department of Health Services.

If you feel ill (including but not limited to fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other flu or cold-like symptoms) or have come into contact with someone exposed to COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, please DO NOT attend.

We thank you for prioritizing the safety of our artists, staff, and community.

Vaccination is REQUIRED for our contracted artists and leadership and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for our audiences/attendees.

Vaccination remains the best defense against COVID-19, and we strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated to protect themselves and others. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 can lower your risk of getting and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Vaccines can also help prevent serious illness and death. All steps have been taken to ensure that vaccines are safe and effective for people ages 5 years and older. If you already had COVID-19, you should still get a COVID-19 vaccine for added protection. When you are up to date on COVID-19 vaccination, you can resume many activities with proper precautions.

Still need to get vaccinated? You do not need an ID or insurance to get a vaccine. Click here to learn more about vaccination or visit www.vaccines.gov to find an appointment near you.

Face masks are REQUIRED for all, regardless of vaccination status, if the community level for Milwaukee county is Medium or High. If the community level for Milwaukee is Low, face masks are RECOMMENDED but not required.

Your mask should cover both your mouth and nose, fit snugly against your face, and have at least two layers of material. Click here for more information.