Term & Conditions
By purchasing a ticket you acknowledge the following:
(UPDATED May 11, 2022)
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.
PROOF OF VACCINATION NO LONGER REQUIRED
Following the lead of the Broadway League, which represents all the Broadway houses and hundreds of theaters across the country, Bucks County Playhouse has revised its Covid-19 protocols for patrons to reflect their new standard. As of the opening of our summer season on May 20, proof of vaccination will no longer be required for entry. For the near future, all patrons will still be required to wear a face covering when inside the Playhouse. As conditions change, the Playhouse will continue to update its protocols throughout the season. Please check our website and social media channels for the latest updates.
Guests who do not comply with these policies will be denied entry to the theater. If you feel you cannot comply with these policies, contact the Box Office to reschedule your tickets for a later date or request a refund.
Additional COVID-19 Precautions
NO ONSITE/CASH SALES
In an attempt to limit high-contact touch points, we ask that you limit the use of cash. Patrons wishing to purchase tickets at the box office prior to a performance will asked to purchase with a credit or debit card.
Before each performance, Bella Commercial Services will apply a disinfectant mist to the entire house. The mist is 100% safe, non-toxic, and deemed effective against SARS-COV2 by the EPA. Playhouse staff will routinely disinfect all high-touch surfaces throughout the day.
The Playhouse auditorium has two dedicated HVAC systems; each system is equipped with hospital-grade MERV-15 air filters. The Playhouse Lobby has its own separate HVAC system. There are three separate systems backstage: the stage itself, the first floor dressing rooms and the second dressing rooms. Therefore, the air from the auditorium, the lobby and stage and backstage are not circulated together.
ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES
Assistant Listening Devices will still remain available for our patrons. However, we are adopting a BYOE or “Bring Your Own Earbuds” policy to ensure proper precaution. Please bring a pair of standard wired (NOT wireless) headphones and our Front-of-House Staff will be happy to provide you with a device.
Contactless Hand Sanitizer stations have been conveniently placed at key points in the theater for continued disinfecting and cleanliness.
While we are currently offering all seats in the theater available for purchase, some socially distanced options are available. A few rows will continue to be strategically removed to allow for navigating through the theater in a more open, distanced environment.
We continue to listen, learn and evolve to keep our Playhouse a comfortable and safe environment for our patrons, artists and staff. Our most recent COVID-19 policies will be updated and posted to our website regularly. Please check our website prior to your event date for the most up-to-date information.
As a member of the NJ Theater Alliance, Bucks County Playhouse is participating in the Opening Night, Opening Right Campaign. For more information, please click here.
Our minimum guidelines for cast, crew, and other show staff listed below include:
- Any cast and crew members experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 or reports having had contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 (within the 14 days prior to our event) will not be permitted in the building. See SYMPTOMS section below.
- All cast and crew members must enter through the Playhouse artist entrance.
- All backstage areas – including the green room and dressing rooms – will be cleaned and sanitized every day.
- Playhouse managers will check temperatures of all cast and crew members entering the building prior to each rehearsal and performance.
- Masks must be worn at all times, unless actors are on stage or in a rehearsal situation where it is appropriate. Crew members must wear masks during all performances.
- The Playhouse has hand sanitizer locations throughout the backstage areas and dressing rooms.
- Crew headsets will be assigned and must be sanitized and stored in assigned containers when not in use.
- Cast members will use assigned microphones, which must be sanitized and stored in assigned containers when not in use.
- Actors will each have their own dressing room.
- All cast and crew members, as well as all administrative staff present in the rehearsal room or backstage shall be administered a COVID-19 test prior to the first day of rehearsals, as well as prior to the first performance. Once the results are received, employees are expected to maintain all recommended social distancing practices.
- Set pieces and props will be sanitized following every performance. No edible props will be permitted. As during normal rehearsals and performances, props should only be handled by the cast member using it.
- Cast and crew members may not be in the lobby, except for sound and light personnel going directly to their work stations or for cast members making entrances or exits during performances. Cast members will be asked not to greet patrons following performances.
- No visitors, including family members, are permitted backstage.
Stage managers will enforce all guidelines for cast and crew members.
Cast and crew members, staff, and patrons must not have any of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19:
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Repeated shaking with chills
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- Loss of taste or smell
- Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to
The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), commonly known as COVID-19, is a highly contagious disease declared to be a global pandemic. No one is immune, and some older adults and people with underlying medical conditions may be at a higher risk. COVID-19 is spread by coming into close contact with a person who has the disease or touching a surface that has been contaminated from respiratory droplets spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes, breathes, or talks.
COVID-19 may result in injury, illness, permanent disability, or death. You may be at an increased risk of contracting COVID-19 by traveling to, patronizing, or being in areas or businesses used by other people. Although Bucks County Playhouse and The Deck Restaurant and Bar are following CDC and public health guidelines with regard to cleaning, disinfecting and social distancing, you are personally responsible for your own safety, decisions and actions while patronizing or being present at our businesses.
You are voluntarily and knowingly assuming the risk that you may become infected by COVID-19 and you fully release, waive and discharge Bucks County Playhouse and The Deck Restaurant and Bar from any and all liability associated with such risk.