Proof of vaccination required for all audiences, cast, and crew

Southbank believes that prioritizing the health and safety of our cast, crew, and audience members should be a top priority. As such, effective immediately, Southbank requires proof of vaccination at the door for all performances.

What counts as proof?

In order to provide proof of vaccination, we will accept the following:

 
1. Show vaccination card (or picture on phone)

2. Show certificate of vaccination downloaded from the in.gov website. Visitors from out of state may provide government issued proof, as well. 

3. Bindle app picture of your vaccination card

4. A negative covid test (PCR) within 72 hours of the show OR a rapid test on the day of the show. (On-site tests might be available, but please try to get tested beforehand.)

One of the above is necessary for entry.

What if I cannot be vaccinated or have a child younger than 5?

Our current shows are more appropriate for older patrons (think rated M for mature), so children under 5 will not be admitted. For patrons who are not vaccinated due to doctor’s orders, we are offering streaming of our shows on Broadway OnDemand! See each show’s page for details on streaming dates. 

Do I still have to wear a mask?

Because vaccines are highly effective, but not perfect, we will still require masks for all patrons in order to best protect the health and safety of all cast, crew, and audience members.

Thank you for your cooperation with this new policy, and please arrive at the theatre early in order to facilitate this process!

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