Coronavirus and TROTW


Important information:

Current risk according to the CDC: “For the majority of people, the immediate risk of being exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19 is thought to be low. There is not widespread circulation in most communities in the United States.”
The health and safety of our audience and performers remains our highest priority.  Considering the “low” risk for our geographic area, TROTW is going ahead as planned.  However, there are things we can do to make our experience together safer.

What we plan to do:

  1. Entry line organization – We plan to have extra volunteers available before the show to direct audience from the ticket table to the line waiting for entrance into the auditorium.  We plan to guide audience members in forming a queue that reduces congestion.
  2. Increased seating space in the auditorium – We plan to open the entire lower floor auditorium as well as the balcony areas in order to allow audience members to increase the space between them and other audience members.
  3. Social Spacing for performers – We plan to open multiple changing areas to allow performers adequate room to maintain social distance while waiting to perform.  We also plan to guide performers in maintaining adequate distances while they are queued to enter the performance area.  Performers and group leaders may wish to bring a mirror to use in their changing area.
  4. Hand sanitizer – limited quantities of hand sanitizer will be provided to performers and audience members as they arrive/ wait for the opening of the show.  Feel free to bring your own supply in order to share with friends and family members.
  5. Surgical masks – anyone is welcome to wear a surgical mask (Not provided by TROTW, please bring your own.)

What you can do:

  1. Maintain a social distance between yourself and others while you are waiting in line or are seated in the auditorium.  Most sources indicate that maintaining one to two arm-lengths between people reduces transmission of most viruses.
  2. Consider greeting others with minimal physical contact.  Most research shows that viruses can be spread by shaking hands.
  3. Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow.
  4. Stay home if you are feeling ill, or coughing or sneezing regularly.











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