Health & Safety at MCPA
The safety and well-being of our patrons, artists and staff is our top priority. As we welcome you back to MCPA, we have put the following measures into place to make your experience as safe and touch-free as possible.
- Ensure all staff and volunteers complete a health self-assessment before working and wear facial coverings during large public events
- Clean and sanitize all areas and surfaces before, during and/or after any events.
- Provide hand sanitizer throughout the venue.
- Offer contactless box office services, ticket scanning, programs and concession sales.
- Immediately notify ticket holders via email and/or phone, as well as posting on MCPA’s website and social media, in the event of a cancellation or rescheduled show.
- Provide a full array of exchange and refund options.
MCPA asks patrons to:
- Stay home if they are feeling sick or may have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
- Wear masks regardless of vaccination status when Hancock County’s COVID transmission level is substantial or high.
- Wear masks regardless of the county’s transmission level if they are unvaccinated.
- Wash their hands often.
- Observe social distancing guidelines when possible.
- Contact MCPA’s box office if they feel that COVID-19 conditions make it unsafe to attend an MCPA event.
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Please Note: The health and safety of our patrons is our main priority. MCPA will endeavor to comply with to state orders and CDC guidelines on social distancing, face coverings, and capacity. You acknowledge and agree that MCPA shall not be responsible for any illness to persons of your household or family, or yourself, and any corresponding damage, claim, or expense, of any kind, that you, your family members, or your household may experience or incur in connection with contracting COVID-19 as a result of visiting MCPA.