What if I was recently vaccinated?
We are requiring that you be at least 14 days past the second dose of the two dose vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna) or 14 days past your dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. If you’re still inside this 14-day period, please also come with a negative COVID-19 test.
Where do I go for a COVID-19 test? Can I use an at home test?
Rapid COVID-19 Antigen tests are available at most pharmacies throughout the greater Philadelphia / NJ areas, and most urgent care sites. Please note that these generally require an appointment in advance. At home tests will not be accepted.
Do I have to prove that I’m vaccinated every time I come to the Arden?
Yes. To protect the privacy of our audience members, we are not going to keep copies of our patrons’ vaccination records.
What kind of mask can I wear?
Standard reusable or disposable masks and face shields can be used while you’re at the Arden. Masks with a valve, gaiters, scarves, etc. are not permissible. We will be happy to provide you with a disposable mask if needed.
Is there an option to stream performances virtually?
Patrons who hold in-person tickets for A Streetcar Named Desire and Backing Track may choose to switch into the virtual viewing option at any time during the run, even if their performance date has passed. To switch to virtual access, contact the Box Office at 215.922.1122 or email@example.com.
Details about streaming versions of the other productions in the 2022 Season will be shared as soon as we have more information.
What do I do if I miss my performance because of COVID-19?
Please call the Arden’s Box Office at 215.922.1122 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you’re able. We truly appreciate your assistance in helping keep others healthy and we’ll work with you to get you rescheduled for another performance or provide access to a streaming performance if you prefer.
Are your staff members and artists vaccinated?
Yes, all staff members and artists are vaccinated and are subject to the same rules regarding masking. Anyone who is unable to be vaccinated will be required to undergo regular testing.