The health and safety of our Richmond Ballet community remains our number one priority. We will continue to monitor the latest CDC and local government guidelines, making any changes or adjustments to our protocols as needed throughout the season. Thank you for your patience and understanding during these constantly evolving times.
We look forward to welcoming you to the theatre! Please note that we are seating at 100% capacity this season. Beginning with Studio Three in March 2022, we will no longer require patrons to wear masks or to show proof of vaccination/negative COVID test in order to attend a performance.
MASKS: Masks are optional at all performances.
BALLET BARRE - Studio Theatre: The Ballet Barre (cashless) will be open. Beer, wine, and soft drinks will be available for purchase pre-show as well as during intermission.
CONCESSIONS - Dominion Energy Center: Individually packaged wine, beer, and soft drinks, as well as candy and boxed popcorn, will be available for purchase (cashless).
CHOREOGRAPHER’S CLUB: In addition to the exclusive Q&A session with the artists, designers, and dancers, we will host a modified post-show reception. More details will be found in your House Notes email.
WELLNESS CHECK: Patrons who do not feel well leading up to a performance are asked to stay home. If you have tested positive or have symptoms of COVID-19, please call our Box Office at 804.344.0906 x224 so that we may discuss ticket options.
SCHOOL OF RICHMOND BALLET
School of Richmond Ballet has established specific building entry and class protocols, including:
MASKS OPTIONAL: Masks are no longer required, and are now optional for patrons/visitors and students while in RB facilities. At this time, we are planning to continue with this change to masks optional for all summer programs.
WELLNESS CHECK: Students will still be expected to complete a personal health assessment prior to coming into the RB building each day. Students should self-monitor for symptoms and should not report to class, and notify SRB staff, when displaying COVID-19 symptoms (whether or not accompanied by a formal COVID-19 diagnosis) or when identified as having close contact with a person who has a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis or is displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
VIEW THE COMPLETE LIST OF SRB PROTOCOLS