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COVID-19 Information

To ensure a safe, enjoyable experience for all, please be kind and respectful to those around you!

As we navigate industry changes, our commitment to providing a memorable experience remains a priority. This page provides you with information on the changes we've made in response to COVID-19 for upcoming performances. The Weill Center staff will continue to monitor and review guidelines and recommendations from health and government authorities and adjust as needed.

Policies

Here's what you can expect when you visit the Weill Center.

 

Masks are encouraged. 

*Masks are required for patrons, volunteers, and staff for Sheboygan Symphony performances.

Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the theater.

 

Increased and enhanced cleaning between performances. 

Restroom and concession areas will be cleaned regularly during events.

  Patrons recently exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 or those feeling ill must stay home.
 

There will be no access to the coat room.
Digital event programs will be emailed to patrons prior to events (for select events).

  Glass barriers have been installed in the ticket office for in-person orders. Online orders are encouraged.
 

Credit card (touchless interaction for patron) and cash are accepted at concessions. Pre-packaged popcorn is available for purchase at movie nights.

FAQs

Why and how have these decisions been made?

The Weill Center continues to work with agencies, artists and other venue partners from across the Midwest to ensure its procedures are aligned with evolving industry best practices. The theater also utilized current local, state and national reopening guidelines. Internally, our staff reviewed our plans, and our board of directors approved our plans to reopen. As recommendations from health and government authorities continue to change, the theater will monitor, review and adjust as needed.

We will rely on our patrons to make the responsible decision to stay home if they are feeling ill or have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.