2021-2022 Season COVID-19 Policies
In keeping with LCT’s mission to “provide opportunities for creativity and personal growth in a fun, collaborative environment,” we believe it’s vitally important to gather our community in a safe manner.
As we continue our 2021-2022 Season, we must take into consideration that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. As an organization, LCT is committed to doing all we can to ensure the health and safety of everyone who participates in our programs.
LCT AUDIENCE POLICIES
Sanitation and social distancing: We will continue to make operations as touch-free as possible, including electronic programs and tickets. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the building, and we will be asking our patrons to keep a respectful social distance from others wherever possible.
Flexible ticketing: We will offer a fee-free exchange or full refund of your tickets until the day of the performance if you or any member of your household are not feeling well and cannot attend the performance.
LCT PARTICIPANT POLICIES
All actors, technicians, volunteers and staff members ages 5 and over must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or are in the process of becoming fully vaccinated (those who are in the vaccination process must always wear a face-covering during LCT auditions, rehearsals, camps, and events until they show proof of full vaccination).
- People who are not fully vaccinated must present the results of a negative COVID Test – either of the following are acceptable along with a photo ID:
- Test taken within 72 hours of the performance from any medical test provider - Show a copy of the email/app/website from the test provider
- At Home Test taken the day of the show, such as BinaxNOW or iHealth
- You must provide a photo(s) clearly showing all of the following:
- The instruction/keys from the test that demonstrate a negative result
- The negative test results next to an electronic device clearly showing the date and time.
All precautions are being taken in accordance with advice from the La Crosse County Health Department, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and the CDC. For more information, please feel free to contact us.