Health & Safety
Welcome back! Among the many losses caused by COVID-19 has been the opportunity for us to be together. We have missed the cultural as well as the social experience that FSLT provides. But finally FSLT is ready to reopen, and we look forward to seeing you in your favorite seat!
At least for the first few shows, some things will be different than they have been in the past, and policies may change from one show to the next.
Please familiarize yourself with the following Health & Safety Policies that will be in effect for Clue. Your cooperation and compliance will help ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all our patrons and volunteers.
- In accordance with current CDC guidelines, all attendees, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear face coverings while inside FSLT except when consuming food or drink.
- To offer the best possible live theatre experience for our audience, performers will not wear masks while on stage. All cast members are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
- Attendance may be at full capacity. Physically distanced seating will not be imposed.
Impact of COVID-19
In 2020, we performed The Glitter Girls and an off-season production, Radium Girls, before being forced to close in March 2020. Government directives regarding crowd limitation and social distancing restrictions for the audience, on-stage, and back-stage areas were stringent. Under those regulations, it was not fiscally or physically possible for us to perform in our facility, so we remained shuttered for eighteen months. Now with the availability of vaccination, regulations have been lifted, and we are excited to reopen. It’s been a long, long intermission.
We look forward to offering several productions in 2021, then celebrating our 75th Anniversary next year. We plan to sell Season Passes this fall for the very special 2022 season we have planned.
We are very grateful to all those who provided support during this difficult time. This includes our Show Sponsors, Annual Fund contributors, and 2020 Season Pass patrons who agreed to donate the value of performances cancelled as a result of the pandemic. Thanks to their generosity, FSLT is sewing costumes, building sets, and learning lines once again.