HEALTH & SAFETY
As New York emerges from the wake of the pandemic, and we work as a community to keep one another safe, we welcome you back to the theater. St. Ann’s is taking extensive measures to create a gentle, low-risk environment with you, as we reunite to enjoy the performing arts together again live. Protocols and restrictions are changing everyday, so with guidance from NY City, NY State Department of Health and CDC here are some of the things we can do today:
Robust Merv13 air filtration
- Merv13 filters and maximum fresh air settings on all HVAC systems
- Recommended humidity throughout the building
- Regular purges and air exchanges throughout the day and the building
Staff COVID-19 Compliant
- Staff training on up-to-date safety information and precautions
Free masks and hand sanitizer
- Free PPE masks and gloves available for those in need
- Alcohol-based, touchless hand sanitizer stations throughout the theater
Frequent cleaning and disinfecting
- Increased, regular cleaning and sanitization schedules and daily logs
- CDC-approved cleaning products and disinfectants
- Electrostatic sprayers and UV wands for sanitizing furniture, equipment, and surfaces
HOW WE KEEP EACH OTHER SAFE
Show proof of vaccination
- Get your jab!
- To reach full capacity and in accordance with New York City mandate, proof of full vaccination will be required with your ticket to WUTHERING HEIGHTS, THE PATIENT GLORIA, and any other special events at the theater at the time of entry. “Fully vaccinated” means that you received your final dose at least 14 days before your performance date. Booster shots are strongly recommended.
- NY State Excelsior Pass, NYC Covid Safe app, a hard copy or photo of your Vaccination Card or Immunization Record will be accepted. Children under 12 will be able to attend once they are fully vaccinated.
Wear a mask over your mouth and nose
- Wearing a mask is required for all individuals attending WUTHERING HEIGHTS, THE PATIENT GLORIA, and any other special events at the theater. N95 or KN95 masks are recommended.
Wash or sanitize your hands
- Touchless soap and towel dispensers in restrooms
- Alcohol-based, touchless hand sanitizer stations throughout the building
Stay home if you are feeling sick
- It’s the right thing to do