COVID & MASKING POLICIES
Due to the historic nature of the Campbell House Museum and the unique staging of this production, audience members will often be standing in close proximity to each other and to the actors, and doing so in rooms of varying sizes. For the health and safety of both our audiences and our cast, all attendees of A Christmas Carol will be required to wear a mask while inside the Campbell House and to ensure that their mouth and nose are covered at all times.
If a mask is not deemed suitable by Front-of-House staff (e.g. if it does not create a close seal around the nose and mouth), a suitable mask will be provided.
Performances on Sunday December 11th at 5:30pm and Sunday December 18th at 5:30pm are designated as “Covid-Cautious” performances. In addition to our universal masking policy these two performances will differ as follows:
Audience capacity will be moderately reduced, although audience members should still expect to stand in close proximity to one another.
All audience members, regardless of age, will be required to have had at least two doses of a federally approved Covid vaccine. Proof of vaccination will be checked at the entrance. Please make sure to have proof of vaccination (for everyone) and photo ID (for anyone 18 or over) ready when arriving.