COVID-19 INFORMATION & RESOURCE PAGE
Dear Love Groove Guests:
We are excited to entertain you! We have an amazing line-up of live performances, art, and films.
We also want everyone to be healthy and safe, and the Baltimore Center Stage, like other venues throughout the City, requires that all participants wear masks and upon entry, show a COVID-19 vaccination card OR a recent Covid-19 PCR test result (no rapid tests). If you need a PCR test – check out these options (IMPORTANT: it takes 2-3 days to get results!!)
Nomi Health – free test for MD residents: https://patient.nomihealth.com/signup/46/?referrer=nomi_sp_md
Walgreens – https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/covid19/testing?ban=covidtesting_LP_hero_schedule
Google other Free PCR Tests in Maryland for one close to you.
Please have either one of those ready upon entry and enjoy the SHOW! We look forward to seeing you there.
AUDIENCE COVID-19 INFORMATION & RESOURCE PAGE
Baltimore Center Stage’s first priority is the health, safety and well-being of our audiences, staff, artists, and guests. Our current policy is that masks must be worn at Baltimore Center Stage and may only be removed in designated eating and drinking areas. Proof of an up-to-date vaccination (if eligible booster is required) or a negative COVID PCR test within 72 hours of show time; and a photo ID is required before each visit.
If for any reason a concern is present to wearing a mask, please email email@example.com to discuss the concerns.
As Baltimore Center Stage continues to track developments around COVID-19, we are also tracking best practices across the theater and hospitality industry.
Please refer to this page regularly for up to date information as Baltimore Center Stage continues to track developments. Policies and guidelines are subject to change based on CDC and local government recommendations.
In our promise of safety, Baltimore Center Stage will be implementing the following practices:
- Box office agents will check for up to date vaccination OR a negative COVID PCR test within 72 hours of show time, and a photo id before each visit.
- Box office will be open during showtimes for assistance with ticketing.
- Bathrooms will be available for use.
- There will be multiple hand sanitizing stations around the lobby for public use.
- Elevators will be fully operational.
- The restaurant will remain closed while social distancing measures are in place. Concessions will be available.
- House managers, volunteers, and other staff members will be required to wear masks and complete COVID-19 safety training.
- A digital program will be sent to all ticket holders to review prior to the performance. A few programs will be available for anyone who cannot access a digital program. Program reusing will be suspended.
- The building’s HVAC systems are currently equipped with bacterial and virus killing UV Light.
- Braille Programs and Large Print Programs will be available.
- Audio Description and Assistive Listening Devices will still be available. These devices will be sanitized each night after the show. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own headphones to plug into the devices. Any standard headphone jack will work.
- ASL will continue to be offered for in-person performances the final Friday of each run and will be done in the safest ways possible.
- Baltimore Center Stage is ensuring that mobility accessible seats will always be available for every performance.
For additional information about accessibility at Baltimore Center Stage click here.
If you have any concerns or questions about these policies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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