COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines

Updated: January 9, 2023


We look forward to safely welcoming our communities to Long Wharf Theatre, a gathering place for storytelling that amplifies lived experiences and celebrates our kaleidoscopic world.

We are committed to the safety and well-being of our communities, from patrons and guests, to staff, to artists, crews, and management. As public health conditions and the state’s guidance for performing arts and live entertainment change, the theatre will remain flexible and mindful about following the most up-to-date guidelines, regulations, and recommendations to keep our communities as safe as possible.

A review of our visitor guidelines below can help orient you before you arrive at the theatre and ensure you get the most out of your Long Wharf Theatre experience. By visiting the theatre, you agree to abide by these policies. Please make sure to plan ahead for your visit.

We appreciate your understanding and patience as we continue to respond to ever-changing conditions. Our top priority is keeping everyone who walks through our doors safe.

Maintaining A Safe Environment

Long Wharf Theatre reserves the right to change and adapt our policies as necessary as risks to health and safety standards change. To ensure that we are providing a safe environment for all, the theatre has the following additional protocols in place:

Masks or face coverings are required

All visitors and staff are required to wear masks or face coverings in the theatre. Masks with vents or valves should not be worn because they are not effective at stopping COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Check the CDC website for guidance on mask safety. Disposable masks are available on site.

Please do not enter if you’re feeling ill

If you are feeling ill, please stay home.

Please use hand sanitizer during your visit

Hand sanitizer dispensers are located throughout the premises. Please use hand sanitizer after touching public surfaces.