Updated Covid-19 requirements

Proof of vaccinations or a recent negative Covid-19 test for all audience members is required starting with
our production of A Christmas Carol by Candlelight opening on November 20.
The new policy, which has been in place for all staff and performers since our re-opening in April, follows in
the footsteps of the requirements already in place for all Broadway productions as well as for those in
other cities throughout the country including Philadelphia and Wilmington.
For those who have not been fully vaccinated (14 days have passed since your second shot), or for
those who have chosen to forego receiving a vaccination, we would require proof of a negative Covid-19
test within 72 hours of the date you are scheduled to attend. At this time a home test would not be
accepted. Tests that would be accepted include the Covid-19 PCR test (within 72 hours of the
attendance date) or a Covid-19 antigen test (within 6 hours of arrival); both of these tests are free and
readily available at testing sites as well as at Walgreens, Rite-Aid, and CVS locations.

You have the option of showing proof of vaccination, along with a valid I.D., in a number of ways:

  1. Electronic copy – scan your vaccination card and email to the theatre
  2. Photocopy – make a copy of your vaccination card and mail to the theatre or bring with you
  3. Photo – take a photo of your vaccination card and present upon arrival.
  4. In person – either by stopping at the theater during Box Office hours or presenting the card upon arrival.

Our goal, as always, is to provide our audience with the safest environment possible and we feel that this
added step, in conjunction with the extensive measures already taken by Candlelight, will help to
make your evening with us the healthiest it can be. Thank you for your understanding.