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2021-2022 SEASON

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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS- SPRING 2021

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Photography by Devin Allen

COVID PROTOCALS

Vista Ridge High School Theatre

A note to students and Parents concerning Covid 19 and restrictions for Performances

Audience

  • All in-person tickets will be general admission.  Once you have purchased a ticket(s) print out you ticket (s) at home and bring the paper to the theatre with your party.   Your ticket guarantees you a seat.

  • We will be creating a seating chart and will group your seats together.  We will have these seats labeled and you will be ushered to your assigned seats by our staff.  

  • Seats will be pre assigned due to covid restrictions.  Please bear with us as we are navigating this process for the first time.

  • Tickets purchased after 12pm the day of the performance will be seated at random and not guaranteed any particular placement next to a group of their choice.  We highly recommend purchasing in advance if wanting to sit with a group.

  • Masks must be worn at all times by audience members

  • After the show we will ask that you not congregate with the audience and the performers.  We know you all want to celebrate with the students, but we need to mitigate the possibility of spread of Covid to the cast and their families. 

Performers

  • All of the performers will be wearing face shields and will be at a distance of at least 15' from the nearest audience member.

These restrictions are vital to our ability to do this show under these circumstances.  The students and parents of those involved need to be vigilant monitors of their own student to help keep our cast, crew, and staff safe.  If you come into contact with someone with Covid, you need to quarantine and contact the school as soon as possible.   We will be flexible and adaptable as the situation changes in Colorado. My hope is that things will improve as we move further into spring.

“Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives - choice, not chance, determines your destiny.”

                                                              - Aristotle