KINGSWOOD THEATER: AUDIENCE INFORMATION
We are excited to once again welcome you to the Kingswood Arts Center. We have put in place regulations in order to provide the safest experience possible. We are asking you to partner with us to ensure that our patrons, staff, and performers stay healthy.
For the time being, tickets are only available online at Ticketleap (link provided above.) This ensures that our trained ushers can seat your party within proper social distancing guidelines.
For our performances, if you are feeling unwell or have decided you are uncomfortable attending, we understand. Please call us in advance at 603-832-8250 to cancel your tickets and we will give you the option of a full refund, an exchange, or the ability to turn your purchase into a donation. We will be unable to refund tickets once the performance has started.
ARRIVAL AT THE PERFORMANCE
All patrons, staff, and volunteers must wear face coverings at all times on our campus including waiting in lines, being seated, watching the performance, and going to the restrooms. If the GWRSD changes the mask mandate to from mandatory to optional, we will update those requirements.
Should you need to visit the box office, you can also do this via the outside walkup window.
For performances, the lobby should only be accessed for the purpose of using the restrooms. Our restrooms are outfitted entirely with no-touch fixtures.
We ask you to sit in your designated seat only. If there is a problem with your seat you must speak to a staff member rather than reseating yourself.
DURING THE PERFORMANCE
All patrons are asked to keep their face coverings on when seated and watching the performance.
Patrons MAY NOT change seats during the performance.
At the end of the performance, the audience will exit one row at a time at the direction of an usher.
Performer greetings will be done outside, in front of the Arts Center, after the show.
Should any member of your party refuse to comply with any of these rules upon arrival or during the performance, we reserve the right to refuse service.
While all reasonable precautions are being made to keep patrons and staff safe, please note that each patron is attending at their own risk. If you are part of a population vulnerable to COVID-19, or live with someone who is, we recommend not attending our performances.