IMPORTANT: You will be asked to show proof of vaccination at the door and wear a mask for the performance.
The board of the Reading Theater Project enacted a Covid policy through the end of 2021:
- All artists, designers, technicians who work in person must be fully vaccinated.
- In person, indoor audience members must be fully vaccinated and masked at performances.
- Masks are required for indoor rehearsals, performances, and events for all, regardless of vaccination status, except when performing (including performing in rehearsal). This includes the audience.
You may share a photo of your vaccination card and your photo ID. We also recommend using a free smartphone app like NYC COVID Safe or Vaccine Passport to load your vaccination card and ID.
About the production:
Mixing of words, performance styles, and human interaction in the wake of a global pandemic. After months of working alone, we are trying to remember how to work together.
Presented through theater, movement, video. Talkback will follow each performance.
Created and performed by: Craig Dodge, Bradley Gale, Erick M. Goldsmith, Jorl Richard Gori, Vicki Haller Graff, Emily Hannon, Chris Heslop, David Nice, Andrew Pochan, Nadia Pochan, Adam Richter, Arielle Ridley, Sean Sassaman, Jessica C. Warchal-King, Amy Young
All performance dates are pay what you will, including $0. We recommend $20 if you are able to afford that, but we want everyone who wants to come to be able to come. We are also offering a "Pay It Forward" ticket for those able to double their ticket price. This is a new initiative we are testing this year, as a way to make theater affordable to all.
Street parking is available around the WCR as well as free parking in the Abraham Lincoln hotel parking garage at 100 N. 5th Street.
Would you like to do more and become a sponsor of the production? Click here for details.
Water and RTP t-shirts will be available to purchase but no other concessions due to COVID.
Unfortunately, the WCR is not wheelchair accessible. If you may need help entering the building and walking up three stairs, please email [email protected] or call 484-706-9719.