TPAC COVID-19 Update
Dear TPAC Patrons:
The best way to keep our doors open is through the support and compliance of all our patrons. Protecting the health and safety of our audience, performers, volunteers and staff is of the utmost importance to all of us at the TPAC.
By entering the Templeton Performing Arts venue, theater users assume all risks associated with entering a place of public gathering and voluntarily waives any and all claims and potential claims against Templeton Unified School District relating to COVID 19 or any other communicable disease, or illness, or that arise from or relate in any way to, however caused, the risk of exposure or actual or alleged exposures to a bacteria, virus or other pathogen capable of causing COVID-19 or any other communicable disease or illness, in each case whether the actual or alleged circumstances giving rise to any claim or potential claim occur before, during or after the event.
By entering the Templeton Performing Arts venue, theater users agree to abide by our current COVID and safety protocols. The TPAC follows the mandates and regulations of CAL OSHA, the CDC, the California Department of Health, San Luis Obispo County Department of Health, and the Templeton Unified School District. These protocols are subject to change after the date of publication due to the on-going and ever-changing COVID 19 pandemic. The TPAC cannot commit to complete certainty regarding protocols and regulations for a performance date as we cannot guarantee future conditions. All performances are subject to cancellation at any time with the TPAC and TUSD held harmless.
Everyone is required to wear a mask in the building regardless of vaccination status. All areas of the theater are limited to half capacity to allow for social distancing. The TPAC cannot guarantee seating due to new mandates and/or regulations that may require socially distanced seating. Performances will be held to no longer than two hours with no intermissions. Once a performance has begun, late-comers will not be admitted. No food or drink are allowed at a performance, this includes outdoors, and never inside the building. If a Production chooses to require proof of vaccination and/or testing, it will be the Production company’s responsibility to verify, not the TPAC or TUSD, and they must state it clearly in their ticket sale information. Hand sanitizer will be readily available throughout the theatre and extra cleanings will be implemented for high touch areas and restrooms. All users are encouraged to practice good hand hygiene and appropriate social distancing. The HVAC system will provide appropriate air exchange.
The safety and wellbeing of all our patrons, actors & employees is very important to the TPAC and we thank you for understanding. We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you at the theater!