May 31 Update
Amidst the ongoing effects of COVID-19, we continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our patrons, artists, volunteers, staff, and the community. While we wish we could be back to total normalcy, your health and safety are our top priority. To ensure every event you attend is a safe and enjoyable experience, McIntyre Hall is following CDC, Washington, and local guidelines, as well as recommendations developed specifically for the theatre industry.
At this time:
McIntyre Hall requires MASKS FOR ALL PERSONS, regardless of vaccination status through June 30.
Here’s what you can expect from McIntyre Hall when you visit:
- All high-touch areas (counters, doors, etc.) are frequently sanitized.
- Hand sanitizer is available throughout the building, at entries, restrooms, & concessions bar.
- Water fountains are turned off. (Bottled water is available for purchase.)
- All employees and volunteers are VACCINATED and screened for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 before the start of each shift.
- All employees & volunteers are required to wear PPE appropriate for their job.
- The HVAC system cycles the air in the building approximately 4 times per hour with up to 100% external air.
Here’s what we need from you:
MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL PERSONS AGES 2 AND UP ENTERING MCINTYRE HALL (regardless of vaccination status.)
Attendance at events requires compliance with current COVID-19 protocols.
Acceptance of and compliance with COVID Terms & Conditions is required when purchasing tickets and attending events at McIntyre Hall.
Please bring and wear a mask — masks are required for all patrons at all times (unless performing or actively eating or drinking in a designated area).
Please do not attend an event if you are feeling unwell, have a fever, or have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
The protocols currently in place are subject to change in compliance with revisions to national and local guidelines regarding COVID-19. While we will provide the most up-to-date public health procedures to improve patron safety, they are not an absolute protection against contracting COVID-19. Patrons assume their own risk by entering the facility. The COVID Pandemic is a serious and ever-changing public health situation and we appreciate your support as we work towards a return to normalcy.