We continue to closely monitor the events surrounding the pandemic.  Read our COVID policies and precautions here.  

NEWS

March 9, 2022 – Due to an unexpected positive test by a cast member of Seven Keys to Baldpate (no symptoms), we are taking the extra precautions of allowing the five day exposure period to pass before opening.
 
Therefore, the opening of Seven Keys to Baldpate will be on Saturday, March 12th and Friday’s performance is cancelled.
 
Those holding tickets for Friday evening will be contacted directly to exchange their seats for their preferred alternative performance.

COVID Information

COVID-19 PROTOCOL UPDATE – March 9, 2022
 
We will continue to require proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test in order to enter our facility and masks are required.
 
According to CDC guidelines Bucks County has moved to a LOW risk level and masking is optional for individuals at indoor gatherings and those at high risk should consult their doctors.
 
On 3/2, the City of Philadelphia moved to a four level response which includes an “All Clear” status eliminating the need for both vaccination and masks in indoor settings.
 
However, guidelines are conflicting as to masking in congregate spaces”.
A congregate space is one in which a group of unrelated persons reside, meet, or gather for an extended period of time in close physical proximity creating a higher risk for some.
A theater is obviously considered a congregate space.
 
We all want to move quickly and safely to an environment where we can enjoy gathering without masks at indoor settings, the option to wear a mask is not available to our performers. Masked performers can only deliver to you a fraction of the experience you pay for compared to unmasked performers and if a performer gets ill from exposure to unmasked audience members, the show can not go on! This also creates a danger to the performer and a burden to our survival by the loss of revenue to our organization.
 
Therefore, ActorsNET will continue to require audiences to wear masks during performances and will continue to provide distanced seating between unrelated parties.
 
When enough time has passed and it seems safe we intend to move to a mask optional and no distanced seating protocol. At that time we will also re-evaluate the discontinuing our mandatory vaccination policy.
 
ActorsNET will continue to provide deep cleaning of the facility and our new air filtration systems will continue to operate 24/7 to remove potential pathogens from the theater environment.
 

 

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!
ActorsNET Covid-19 protocols

 

Thank you so much for your continued support of ActorsNET. We are grateful and thrilled to be planning a full season starting in October.  We are closely monitoring the changing situation and consider the health and safety of our audience, volunteers, cast and crew our highest priority.  Our current plan is to reopen with the following guidelines and precautions in place:

 

Proof of vaccination and masks are required

Audience members are required to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid PCR taken within 36 hours of the performance.

 

Acceptable forms of vaccine proof include:

  • Physical vaccination card

  • Photo copy of vaccination card

  • Digital photo of vaccination card (be sure dates of shots and boosters are visible)

 

Audience members must wear masks indoors.

 

Actors, crew, staff and volunteers must be vaccinated.

 

Flexible ticketing

If you’ve purchased a ticket and don’t feel well, just call the box office for a full refund or credit toward another date/show.

 

Additional cleaning and precautions

Sanitation stations will be provided for patrons and staff.

 

Deep cleaning will be performed upon high touch surfaces between performances.

 

Our entire HVAC system has been professionally cleaned and upgraded to improve air flow.

 

We’re installing a a state-of-the art, continuous air and surface disinfecting system using ActivePure Technology. These devices will operate continuously during performances.

 

Our new ticketing system allows for contactless ticketing. We are also leaving extra space between occupied seats.