Safety Guidelines for This Wide Night
Your safety is of utmost importance to us. There was encouraging news as the city downgraded the COVID 19 risk. Theater Wit has upgraded its HVAC systems to meet the stringent regulations of Actors Equity. The entire company of This Wide Night, our first show, is fully vaccinated and we have three COVID Compliance Officers responsible for safety protocols for the cast and crew. All patrons at Theater Wit will be required to show proof of full vaccination or a negative PCR test within 48 hours before they even enter the lobby. While the bar is open, you can no longer bring beverages into the theater because masks need to stay on at all times. And the long lines in the lobby queueing up to get the best seat can be avoided because now
all seats are reserved.
On the more artistic front, This Wide Night by Chloë Moss is in one act and just over 90 minutes long, so no big crowds in the lobby during intermission. We are also moving all our post play discussions online so that anyone who has seen the show or is interested in the issues can tune in. You will be further protected because, following Actors Equity rules, the set has been moved back so that the actors are six feet away from the first row of seats. And for those who are not yet ready to come back inside the theater, SGT has permission to stream one performance of This Wide Night on a date in early November. We want to meet you wherever you are comfortable.
SGT’s Statement On the Events of Jan 6, 2021
Racism and white supremacy have no place in a just society. Shattered Globe condemns the violent insurrection and storming of the Capitol on Wednesday, January 6th in an attempt to discredit and dismantle the basic structures and procedures of democracy in the United States. We cannot be silent in the face of these horrific events. We are committed to raising our voices in opposition to hate in every way we can.
-SGT Ensemble and Board of Directors