Rivertown Theaters is open and all performances of Peter and the Starcatcher are taking place as scheduled. Should that change, you will be notified well in advance of your performance.
The governor has banned events of more than 250 people. Being a smaller theater, we have capped attendance at our performances, and will have well under 250 people in the building for each performance, including patrons, performers, crew, and staff.
We are carefully monitoring the news as well as the precautionary measures suggested by the CDC regarding COVID-19. We are implementing additional steps to ensure a safe environment for staff and visitors. We are increasing the frequency and coverage of our cleaning protocols to include pre-show, before and after intermission, and after each performance to sanitize all surfaces and door handles, as well as all seating in the theater after each show. As usual, antibacterial soap is available for your use in our restrooms.
Any staff member who exhibits any signs of a cold will be sent home. If you are sick or have been in contact with someone else who was sick, we recommend that you do not attend the performance.
If you have tickets for the 3rd weekend, (March 19-22) and would feel more comfortable attending the 2nd weekend (March 13-15), please call our box office and we will be happy to exchange your tickets free of charge. If you are not able to reach the box office, simply arrive at the theater on the night you wish to attend, present your ticket at the box office, and we will find available seats for you.
As always, thank you for your patronage and support.
Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts