To our many loyal patrons, To ensure the safety of all our patrons, employees, and performers, the Spring Lake Community House and Theatre is implementing the following requirements for anyone attending a performance as of Sunday, November 14th, 2021.
All patrons age 12 and over will be required to present their physical vaccination record or documentation contained within the Docket smartphone app. Some form of identification (driver’s license, passport, school I.D., work I.D., etc.) must be presented
If unvaccinated, unvaccinated patrons age 12 and over must present identification along with proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test performed by a medical provider within 72 hours of the performance start time. The test results must clearly show the date and time of the test. Any PCR test done by a medical provider is acceptable.
All patrons under age 12 are not required to present test results but must remain masked during all events.
Masks are required for all patrons.
These rules have been established based on guidance from the CDC, officials from the New Jersey Board Health, and practicing physicians that we are in contact with. We are following their guidance as well as the examples set by Broadway and other professional and local theaters. All adult performers in Scrooge this year are fully vaccinated along with our staff. All performers under 18 are either vaccinated or required to wear a mask for all rehearsals and performances.
During intermission, we invite all our patrons to visit our outdoor refreshment stand and enjoy hot chocolate, cider, cookies, and other delicious treats in a safe environment where masks can be removed.
We want to make clear to all members of our theatre community that it is not our intention to exclude anyone from being a part of this wonderful holiday tradition. For the past 38 years, we have enjoyed seeing the delighted faces of audience members young and old experience the magic of Scrooge. These rules are in place to ensure the safety of everyone who walks through the doors of the Community House. It takes a community effort to keep everyone safe. We hope that we are reaching the end of this challenging time in the world, and will be completely back to normal for our 40th annual production next year.
These rules will remain in place until January 2022, at which time we will reevaluate based on new information from the sources listed above. We are more than willing to refund any patrons who are unable to follow these new guidelines. If you have any additional questions or would like to discuss exchanging or refunding tickets, please contact the box office during regular hours.
Sincerely, The Spring Lake Community House and Theatre