We’re thrilled to announce that the Performing Arts at CCBC plans to return to the stage beginning the Fall of 2021 and we are committed to reopening safely.
Like you, we are eager to return to the theatre! And we will take every step and precaution to keep everyone safe—including our artists, volunteers, staff, and of course, you, our audience.
As we return to the live performances, we have developed plans to welcome you back within the guidelines for safe practices recommended by the CDC and Maryland Department of Health, and in compliance with Baltimore County and CCBC’s requirements for public performances.
At every step, we are committed to safety first, both in producing live theatre, and in welcoming our audiences.
Expert Guidance and Safe Practices:
The Performing Arts at CCBC operates within the requirements of the Community College of Baltimore County, and is guided by the expertise and safe practices that have kept our campuses open and serving our communities. We will follow the most current updated guidelines and regulations.
Masks for ALL over the age of 2
Masks Required Indoors
Because we care about your health, masks are required for all guests as well as volunteers, staff, cast and crew throughout the venue. They must be worn at all times. Masks must be worn regardless of vaccination status.
- Your mask must cover your nose and mouth and fit snugly around your face and chin.
- Neck gaiters, open-chin bandanas and masks with vents or exhalation valves are not acceptable at this time.
- Plastic face shields may not substitute for a cloth mask
- If needed, masks will be made available.
Food & Drinks
Food or beverages are not permitted inside the theatres or the theatre lobbies. Where concessions or vending machines are available, you will be asked to proceed outside to consume them.
Lobby and Public Spaces
Please remember to maintain distance before, during, and after the show.
Socially Distanced Seating
Our theatres are currently seating at a 50% capacity. All seating is general admission, with the exception of our community theatres, The Children’s Playhouse of MD on the Essex campus and Dundalk Community Theatre on the Dundalk campus. We are currently seating patrons in every other row.
Limiting physical contact
Credit or Debit cards are preferred to reduce contact, but cash is accepted, and may be used to purchase tickets or concessions.
Hand Sanitizer & Disinfecting Wipes Available
Take advantage of the sanitizer and wipe stations throughout the venue, especially at the entrance of the building, the box office counter, and the concession table.
Frequent Hand Washing
Wash your hands often and avoid touching your face. Volunteers, staff, cast and crew are required to routinely wash their hands for at least 20 seconds.