Broadway’s mask and vaccination policy continues through April

The Broadway League today announced that owners and operators of the 41 Broadway theaters in New York City will continue to adhere to current mask and vaccine requirements through April 30, 2022. These protocols remain in place to ensure the well -being and public safety. , cast and crew, all of whom keep Broadway open.

Charlotte St. Martin, President of the Broadway League, said, “The Theater Owners Committee announced today that they are continuing with current protocols in effect through April 30. They are monitoring the science and have decided to wait until April 15, at which time they will confirm protocols beyond April 30.”

For more detailed information visit: https://www.broadway.org/info/covid-19-updates/

THE BROADWAY LEAGUE (Charlotte St. Martin, President), founded in 1930, is the national trade association for the Broadway industry. The League’s more than 700 members include theater owners and operators, producers, broadcasters and general managers in nearly 200 markets in North America and abroad. Each year, League members present Broadway to more than 30 million people in New York City, on tour in the United States and Canada, and around the world. The Broadway League’s new membership category, League Fellows, provides access and benefits to future professionals who represent a diversity of backgrounds, ethnicities, experiences, and viewpoints. The Broadway League co-presents the Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards® each year, one of the entertainment industry’s most coveted awards.

Major league programs and resources include: Kids’ Night on Broadway®, The Jimmy Awards®, Stars in the Alley®, Viva Broadway, Black to Broadway, Internet Broadway Database® (ibdb.com), Broadway.org, SpotlightonBroadway .com, Commercial Theater Institute (with TDF), as well as numerous conferences and forums for our members. Broadway Bridges® aims to give every public high school student in New York City the opportunity to see a Broadway show before graduation. TheatreAccessNYC (co-produced with TDF) is the unique website for accessible Broadway shows for spectators with disabilities. Broadway.org is The League’s official online headquarters for Broadway in New York City, on tour and internationally.

For more information, visit BroadwayLeague.com or follow @BroadwayLeague on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Follow @Broadway on Instagram for more Broadway content.

Broadway theaters are filled with an exciting lineup of new and classic musicals and plays, providing the perfect experience for every audience. Great seats are available at all prices and are easy to buy online, over the phone or in person at theater box offices. It’s always the perfect time to see a show. Broadway performs every weekday at multiple curtain times to accommodate all schedules.

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