Health and Safety

June 02  / Wednesday

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT GUEST COVID-19 POLICIES

Updated: July 8, 2021

The Capitol Theatre is committed to the safety and well-being of our community, from patrons and guests, to employees and contractors, to artists, crews and management. As we prepare to reopen during this time of optimism, we remain mindful about following the most up-to-date guidelines, regulations, policies and recommendations with respect to vaccinations, mask wearing, social distancing, sanitizing and safety measures in order to keep our community as safe as possible.

Now that we’re opening our doors to the public at long last, here are some of the ways The Cap is working to create a safe workplace and environment for our patrons, guests, artists, employees and staff. The Cap reserves the right to change and adapt our policies as necessary as laws, risks and industry norms and standards change. Please continue to check back here for updated policies before your visit.

THE CAP STRONGLY ENCOURAGES ITS PATRONS AND GUESTS TO GET VACCINATED.

Vaccinations are the preferred method to prevent contracting the coronavirus (and its related variants), and to stop the spread.

ALL UNVACCINATED PATRONS ARE ADVISED TO WEAR A MASK WHILE IN THE VENUE.

Wearing a mask is still one of the simplest and most effective measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus and to prevent a sick person from infecting others.

IF YOU FEEL SICK, HAVE A FEVER OR ARE EXPERIENCING ANY COVID SYMPTOMS, PLEASE STAY HOME.

THE CAPITOL THEATRE CANNOT PREVENT YOU FROM BECOMING EXPOSED TO, CONTRACTING, OR SPREADING COVID-19 WHILE YOU ARE IN THE THEATRE OR AT GARCIA’S. BY CHOOSING TO ENTER, YOU UNDERSTAND THESE RISKS, AND YOU EXPRESSLY WAIVE ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE CAP WHICH MAY OCCUR FROM YOUR CONTRACTING OR EXPOSING OTHERS TO THE CORONAVIRUS.

By entering the premises, you acknowledge that you have read and understood this warning, and voluntarily and knowingly assumed all risks of entering a public place during the Covid-19 pandemic, you agree to abide by posted health and safety rules and guidelines, and you release The Capitol Theatre and its affiliates from any and all liability for any damages, illness, medical expenses, injuries or death that may occur to you or whoever may contract the virus due to your exposure.

PLEASE CONTACT THE CAP AT 914-937-4126 IF YOU HAVE A QUESTIONS OR NEED FURTHER ASSISTANCE.

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is a highly communicable disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Senior citizens and those with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. Make your health, and the health of others, a priority by staying home if you are sick or don’t feel well. There will be other shows when you’re feeling better.

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