The health and safety of our artists, staff, and audiences is extremely important to us. Here is where you will find up-to-date information about the safety protocols for our productions. This information is subject to change and patrons are encouraged to contact us with any questions.
What to Expect
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre requires face masks to be worn at all times while inside the Studio Theatre*. This policy is in effect for HOOPS March 10 - April 2, 2023.
*This protocol applies to patrons as they enter the Studio Theatre, masks are not required within the lobby and shared spaces of the Broadway Theatre Center
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is proud to maintain a 100% vaccinated workplace including staff, artists, and volunteers.
We are asking any patron who is feeling ill to please stay home. Our staff and volunteers are expected to do the same.
All areas of the building are being professionally cleaned with increased deep cleaning procedures including all HVAC and air handling systems.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
MCT currently requires audience members to wear masks when inside the Studio Theatre for all performances of HOOPS, regardless of CDC infection level status. We recognize that this practice may be out of step with many other live event venues. For us, in addition to a genuine desire to offer the safest possible space for our patrons, audience masking is an economic imperative for us at MCT.
Should one of our performers develop a case of COVID-19, per our agreement with Actors’ Equity Association we would have to suspend work for a minimum of five days from infection. As a small company, MCT does not have the ability to contract understudies. A positive COVID-19 infection among the cast would then mean a suspension of our work for a period that could equate at minimum to as much as 25-35% of our performances. As a renter in our performance facility, we do not have the ability to extend our runs to reschedule those lost performances, resulting in a potentially devastating impact on our potential to generate income.
We thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation in helping us protect our artists and institution, and dearly hope that this policy does not prevent you from joining us for HOOPS.
Please visit www.vaccines.gov for more information on the COVID-19 vaccine and where to find your nearest vaccination site.