INDIANAPOLIS — As it prepares for the start of the season, the Indiana Repertory Theatre is sharing its updated coronavirus policy.
Starting Oct. 6, all IRT patrons attending public performances must show proof of a COVID vaccination or a negative COVID PCR test. The test must be administered no more than 72 hours before the performance.
The vaccine requirement will also apply to IRT artists, staff, and ushers.
Children ages four to 11 will also require a negative COVID test and must be accompanied by an adult who has been vaccinated or can provide a negative COVID test result. The only exception to this policy is A Christmas Carol, where unvaccinated children accompanied by a vaccinated adult will only be required to wear a mask.
Masks are also required at all times in the ticket office, lobby, restrooms, and in the theatre during performances.
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