COVID Vaccination Policy

Effective September 1, 2021, Maryland Ensemble Theatre is taking the following steps to prioritize the health and safety of our patrons, staff, volunteers, and performers as we welcome audiences back to the theater this Fall.

PROOF OF VACCINATION OR NEGATIVE COVID TEST

Patrons must present a photo ID and proof they meet the CDC definition of being fully vaccinated at the time of entry into our theater, or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours on the day of the performance to be admitted.

Patrons who are unable to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID -19 test at the door will not be admitted.

Hard Copy or Digital proof of vaccination will be accepted.

MASK REQUIREMENT

Masks will be required for all audience members regardless of vaccination status.

All MET actors, staff, and crew are fully vaccinated. In order to maintain the level of artistry and excellence you have come to expect from a MET Production, Actors will NOT be masked onstage. Staff and crew WILL be masked.

The vaccination and mask requirements will be in effect through October 31, 2021 and are subject to change. We are actively monitoring conditions and recommendations from national, state, local and CDC officials and will continue to update our policies as circumstances require.

TICKET POLICY

For those patrons who purchased tickets prior to the implementation of this policy, if this negatively impacts your decision to attend, please contact Melynda Burdette Wintrol, Production & Audience Services Manager for exchange, credit, or refund at mwintrol@marylandensemble.org.

If you don’t feel well, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 or been in contact with someone with COVID-19, please stay home. 

PLEASE NOTE: These protocols currently in place are subject to change in compliance with revisions to national, state 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.