Safety Rules at Bridge Street Theatre

During Your Visit

In the interest of your safety and that of others, we ask you to help us reduce the risk and do your part by observing all rules, posted signs, instructions from Bridge Street Volunteers, and the safety requirements listed below. We have also enhanced our cleaning process between shows and upgraded our HVAC system.

Greene County is now at a Low (Green) Level for COVID and so we are no longer requiring that vaccinated patrons present proof of vaccination upon arriving at the theatre.  We still encourage everyone to wear a mask while you’re in the theatre building, but we are not requiring that you do so. NOTE: Some outside performers may want everyone to wear a mask. We’ll try to include information that in advance publicity, in your ticket confirmation email, and in the reminder email you get on the day of the performance.

If you do wear a face mask, then to be effective it must reach over your nose and mouth and be secured under your chin, completely covering your mouth and nostrils and fitting snugly against the sides of your face.  See CDC guidelines on how to wear a face mask.

If you are feeling ill, please do not come to the theatre in order to diminish risk to others. If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19  you will not be allowed to attend the performance. Please send an email to to apply the cost of your ticket to a future visit or receive a refund.

Help prevent the spread of germs. Please wash your hands for twenty seconds if you visit the restrooms during your visit. Hand-sanitizer dispensers are also stationed throughout the lobby and in the auditorium.

Thank you for helping us build a community of care so we can all enjoy a moment of joy, relaxation, and inspiration. Here is the full list of on-site enhancements we’ve made to reduce your risk of exposure to COVID-19:

  • All areas of the theatre are sanitized between each performance.
  • We have upgraded our HVAC system to bring fresh air into the theatre at all times.
  • We have installed two air purification units on each side of the auditorium to make sure the air is clean when you enter the theatre.
  • Cleaning of high-touch surfaces is conducted before the performance. Hand-sanitizer units are stationed throughout the lobby.
  • Restrooms are single use and are sanitized before each performance.

We continue to monitor and abide by state guidelines to inform the theatre’s operations.