SUMMER 2021 FAQ!
You've got questions.....we've got answers.....
DO I HAVE TO BE VACCINATED TO ATTEND A SHOW?
Yes. The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, until further notice, is a Vaccinated Only Facility for performances. To enter the building, Adult Patrons will need to show proof of vaccination. The only exception are youth under the age of 12 years old who must show a Covid-19 negative test result taken within 72 hours of entrance. Our theatre and organization represents the values of our community and our community is 83% vaccinated. Any patrons that are not vaccinated can request a full refund of tickets. For clarification, a fully vaccinated person is one who is 14 days past their second vaccination dose OR 14 days past their single dose vaccination. Proof can be shown with:
- Vaccination Card
- Photo of Vaccination card and ID
- Use of vaccination apps - such as
DO I HAVE TO WEAR A MASK INDOORS AT YOUR SHOWS?
Yes. Masks are required for all patrons at performances at the Lake Dillon Theatre Company.
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR OTHER SAFETY PROTOCOLS?
We are proud to have a new HVAC systems that not only has CDC approved filtration system but our system also constantly circulates up to 20% of outside air into the building. The Town of Silverthorne also installed a Bipolar Ionization Unit in the building that is highly successful at removing particles (including viral and dust) from the air. This makes our building one of the safest in the community. In addition, our staff is 100% vaccinated and our building is cleaned daily. We have been open and working in the office since June of 2020 and have had zero cases or incidents.
BUT THE SCIENCE SAYS WE DON'T HAVE TO WEAR A MASK?
Yes and no. The CDC suggests in high risk areas (Summit County is the most visited county in Colorado, right now and our numbers are way up) that mask wearing is still recommended regardless of vaccination status. For us, at the Lake Dillon Theatre Company, we are not only looking out for the safety of our patrons, staff, cast, crew and teaching artists BUT are also looking out for the health of the organization, as well. We want to stay open. We want to provide quality entertainment and youth education. We want to be a part of the cultural arts richness of Summit County. If that means we need to limit audiences to vaccinated only and require masks for a couple of hours a performance - for us, that is a no-brainer. We take the precautions so that you can still go to the theatre!
How do we use our Season Passes from 2020?
If you rolled your season passes over to 2021, you will still have access to those tickets. We are offering four theatrical opportunities for you to utilize your passes. Because we are in a transitional period with our ticketing services, for the two summer shows, you’ll need to call the box office to reserve your seats. We anticipate that when the new system rolls out, you’ll be able to redeem your passes for tickets through our new system. Until then, call us at the theater @ 970-513-9386 and someone will be able to help you book your seats. Please note: if you did not specify a preference with Patron Services in 2020 about what to do with your pass, it was rolled over to 2021.
What if I donated my Season Passes in 2020?
First off, THANK YOU, for your donation of your 2020 Season passes. You helped us get through some very tough times. Because of that, we are offering those patrons who donated their 2020 Season Passes the same benefits as if you still had them. This means early reservations, additional ticket purchase opportunities, and early announcements. Simply follow the same instructions as current Season Pass Holders and call the box office and a staff member will help you with you ticket purchases.
Will the LDTC Bar be open?
YES, YES, YES. The LDTC bar will be open.
Will there be Ovation Magazine Programs?
Yes, but they will digital. Because of the uncertainties and timing with reopening, we’ve chosen digital programs that you can open on your phones. It will work similarly to how restaurants used QR codes for their menus. You will simply open your camera on your phone and hold it up to the QR Code and the link for the program will appear on your screen. Your digital program will include all the necessary information such as; Artist Bio’s, Song lists, important LDTC information, sponsor ads and information and a little more.
Are there Prologues and Epilogues for the summer shows?
There will be prologues for both SHOUT! and 8-TRACK starting approximately 15 minutes before curtain time. There WILL NOT be epilogues for either summer show.
Why are your summer camps still outside?
Since youth under the age of 12 cannot currently get vaccinated, CDC guidelines and Summit County Public Health still require mitigating protocols in place for our students. Masks, for our students and teaching artists, will still be required indoors.
Call us at 970-513-9386 or email us at email@example.com if you have more questions. We are hear to help!