(CURRENT TO NOVEMBER 21, 2021)
NOTE: Please read Column 1 first
Masks - All patrons, SST volunteers and visitors will be required to wear a mask that fully covers the nose, mouth, and chin at all times during their visit to the theatre. Masks should fit snugly against the face without gaps; cloth masks should have at least two layers of fabric. Neck gaiters and bandanas are not permitted. Masks must be worn during the performance.
Physical Distancing - Measures have been put into place to assist in keeping patrons apart from other patrons as much as possible throughout their visit to the theatre. We ask that our patrons self-monitor their physical distance around other patrons as well.
Sanitizer Stations - We ask that you use the hand sanitizer provided as you enter the building. Sanitizer can also be found at designated points throughout the building.
Cleaning - Enhanced cleaning measures have been put into place before, during and after each rehearsal and performance. Common contact surfaces and washrooms are regularly sanitized by our volunteers. Capacity limits will be in place for the washrooms, so remember to “go before you come”!
Contact Tracing - For contact tracing purposes, the ticket purchaser will be considered the primary contact for any guests in their party and will be expected to have contact info for each member of their party.
Refreshments - Please note that our first show BURN has no intermission. As such refreshments will not be for sale, but water will be available. The availability of refreshments for future performances will be determined on a show-by-show basis.
Disclaimer - By purchasing a ticket to any performance at The South Simcoe Theatre, you are agreeing to abide by all of the guidelines listed above without exception. Compliance with these guidelines minimizes the risk of exposure to COVID-19 but cannot eliminate the potential of exposure and you accept any remaining risks. SST reserves the right to cancel any ticketed event if the rate of community transmission of COVID-19 increases at a rate where the public’s health warrants it.