COVID-19

We’re all in this together.

Broadway is all about gathering together and sharing in the experience of live theatre. The Shubert Organization is committed to the health and safety of all members of the Broadway community—theatre employees, production staff, cast, and audience members.

 

Vaccine, Mask, and ID Requirements Through April 30, 2022


MASKS REQUIRED

Everyone in the theatre must wear acceptable face coverings at all times, including during the show, except while eating or drinking in designated locations. All face coverings must cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings.

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VACCINATIONS REQUIRED FOR AGES 12+

Everyone ages 12 and older must be vaccinated with an FDA or WHO authorized vaccine to attend a show. You may present proof of vaccination on paper or a smartphone. The following proof will be accepted:

If your performance is less than 14 days after your last vaccine dose (excluding boosters), you must also provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. See details below for accepted tests.

APPROVED VACCINES: Pfizer/BioNTech (2 dose), Moderna (2 dose), Janssen/Johnson & Johnson, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Serum Institute of India-Covishield, Sinopharm (Beijing), Sinovac

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VACCINATIONS REQUIRED FOR AGES 5-11
(performances starting December 14, 2021)

Children ages 5-11 must be accompanied by an adult and must be vaccinated with at least one dose of an FDA or WHO authorized vaccine. You may present proof of vaccination on paper or a smartphone.

If your performance is less than 14 days after your child's first vaccine dose, you must also provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. See details below for accepted tests.

APPROVED VACCINES: Pfizer/BioNTech (2 dose), Moderna (2 dose), Janssen/Johnson & Johnson, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Serum Institute of India-Covishield, Sinopharm (Beijing), Sinovac

​STARTING JAN 29, 2022: Everyone ages 5 and older must be fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO authorized vaccine. 

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IF YOU CANNOT BE VACCINATED

Children under the age of 5 and those who need reasonable accommodations due to a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. See details below for accepted tests.

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ACCEPTED COVID-19 TESTS

Customers who require a negative test to enter the theatre must provide one of the following:

You may present proof of a negative test on paper or a smartphone. At-home rapid tests will not be accepted.


PHOTO ID REQUIRED

Along with proof of vaccination, all guests 18 years or older must also present a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport.

Guests under 18 may also use a school ID, with or without a photo. Other forms of ID may also be accepted, such as a copy of a birth certificate or other government-issued ID.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult who meets the above requirements.

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Guests who do not comply with these protocols will be denied entry or asked to leave the theatre.

New York City requires staff and customers 5 years of age and older to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to enter this establishment. To find out where to get a free COVID-19 vaccine visit nyc.gov/vaccinefinder or call 877-VAX-4NYC (877-829-4692). For more information on Key to NYC, visit nyc.gov/keytoNYC.


Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions relate to an individual’s use of a ticket to gain admittance to any venue owned and operated by The Shubert Organization, Inc. and possible exposure to the novel coronavirus SARS- CoV-2 and any resulting disease (together with any mutation, adaptation, or variation thereof, “COVID-19”):

COVID-19 WARNING AND WAIVER OF CLAIMS: WHILE THE SHUBERT ORGANIZATION, INC., THE EVENT PRODUCER, EVENT PARTICIPANTS, PERFORMERS, AND TICKETING SERVICE PROVIDER ARE DOING OUR PART TO ENSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF EVERYONE IN THE THEATRE, AN INHERENT RISK OF EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 EXISTS IN ANY PLACE WHERE PEOPLE GATHER, SO WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT ALL EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 WILL BE ELIMINATED AS A RESULT OF THESE PROTOCOLS. COVID-19 IS A HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS DISEASE THAT CAN LEAD TO SEVERE ILLNESS AND DEATH. BY VISITING OR ENTERING THE VENUE, YOU ASSUME ALL RISKS, HAZARDS, AND DANGERS INCIDENTAL TO THE EVENT FOR WHICH THE TICKET IS ISSUED. YOU VOLUNTARILY WAIVE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS AND POTENTIAL CLAIMS AGAINST EACH OF THE SHUBERT ORGANIZATION, INC., THE EVENT PRODUCER, EVENT PARTICIPANTS, AND PERFORMERS,  AND EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, OWNERS, VENDORS AND CONTRACTORS, THAT ARISE FROM OR RELATE IN ANY WAY TO, HOWEVER CAUSED, THE RISK OF CONTRACTING OR THE ACTUAL OR ALLEGED CONTRACTING OF COVID-19, OR THAT ARISE FROM OR RELATE IN ANY WAY TO, HOWEVER CAUSED, THE RISK OF EXPOSURE OR ACTUAL OR ALLEGED EXPOSURE TO A BACTERIA, VIRUS OR OTHER PATHOGEN CAPABLE OF CAUSING COVID-19 OR ANY OTHER COMMUNICABLE DISEASE OR ILLNESS, IN EACH CASE WHETHER THE ACTUAL OR ALLEGED CIRCUMSTANCES GIVING RISE TO ANY CLAIM OCCUR BEFORE, DURING, OR AFTER THE EVENT.

 

UPDATED: December 8, 2021


Frequently Asked Questions

What vaccines are approved?
The theatre will only accept FDA and WHO approved vaccines. View a list of approved vaccines. For two-dose vaccines (such as Pfizer or Moderna), you must complete two doses to be considered fully vaccinated.

How do I prove I’m vaccinated?
The theatre will accept a paper vaccination card, a photocopy of your card, a photo of your card on your phone, a digital vaccine app (NYC Covid Safe is preferred: Android | iOS), as well as other international vaccine records. Bring it with you to the theatre, along with a valid photo ID.

I just got vaccinated. How many days before I can see a show?
To be considered vaccinated, you must wait 14 days after a one-dose vaccine or second dose of a two-dose vaccine. The day you get the vaccine is day 0. On the 14th day, you may show proof of vaccination at the theatre. Before the 14th day, you’ll also need to show proof of a negative test.

I can't be vaccinated. Can I still see a show?
If you have a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief that prevents you from being vaccinated, please bring proof of a negative test.

I have a child under 5 (or just turned 5) who isn’t vaccinated yet.
If your child is not vaccinated due to their age, they’ll need proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter the theatre. Except for certain shows, children under 4 are not allowed in the theatre.

I’m vaccinated, but my vaccine isn’t FDA or WHO approved. What do I do?
If your vaccine isn’t on the list, you’ll need proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter the theatre.

Where can I get a COVID-19 test near the theatre?
There are a number of urgent care and pharmacy testing locations in and around the Theatre District. To find a location, click here. There are also many pop-up testing tents and vehicles in the area. Results must be provided by a qualified lab and administered by a heath care professional. The theatre will not accept “at-home” rapid antigen tests.

I can’t wear a mask due to a medical condition. Can I enter the theatre?
Masks are required for all guests inside the theatre, regardless of vaccination status. All face coverings must cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings.

What types of ID can I use for my child age 12-18?
Guests 12-18 may provide a valid government-issued or school ID (with or without photo), or a photo or photocopy of their birth certificate.

Do I need ID for my child under 12?
Children under 12 do not need ID but must be accompanied by an adult who meets the vaccine or test requirements.