This announcement includes performance date changes for GOOD PEOPLE:
GOOD PEOPLE will now play Friday, September 10 – Sunday, October 3, 2021
The opening of David Lindsay-Abaire’s GOOD PEOPLE will be shifted two weeks later to give Keegan staff appropriate time to continue preparing policies, procedures, and facilities to comply with all guidelines and regulations and promote the utmost health and safety for our patrons, artists, and staff. Both audience engagement events on September 12 and 17 will still take place as scheduled. VIEW SHOW DETAILS
As we continue to prepare for the opening of our 25th Anniversary Season, when we look forward to welcoming public audiences back to our home on Church Street, Keegan leadership and staff are instituting numerous policy and facility adjustments. These are in addition to our previously announced audience vaccination requirement (details below) and are specifically aimed at keeping patrons, artists, and staff safe and healthy. They include:
We look forward to a safe, celebratory Return to Good Company with the opening of GOOD PEOPLE on September 10. In the meantime, if you have any questions about these announcements or any Keegan health and safety policies, please contact Alexis Hartwick, Managing Director at email@example.com.
The organizations joining in this unprecedented effort include:
Anacostia Playhouse, Arena Stage, Atlas Performing Arts Center, Constellation Theatre Company, GALA Hispanic Theatre, Keegan Theatre, MetroStage, Mosaic Theater Company of DC, Perisphere Theater, Peter’s Alley, Round House Theatre, Scena Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Signature Theatre, Spooky Action Theater, Studio Theatre, Synetic Theater, Theater J, Unexpected Stage, Washington Improv Theater, Washington Stage Guild, We Happy Few Productions, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
These theaters are committed to the safety of all who work, perform, and visit their venues, and invite audiences to join in the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. In addition to audiences, these theaters have mandated COVID vaccinations for performers and theater staff. More theaters are expected to join this group in the coming weeks. Organizations will update their own websites as appropriate and all participants will be listed at TheatreWashington.org.
To learn more about additional policies and procedures designed to protect the health and safety of everyone, patrons are encouraged to learn more at individual theater’s websites or at TheatreWashington.org. Theatre Washington, the area’s alliance of theater organizations, theater-makers, and theater supporters, will serve as a hub of information for participating venues and their vaccination requirement policies.