COVID-19 & Public Health Update
We are continuing to closely monitor developments around COVID-19 and are following guidelines provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the NYC Department of Education, and the City of New York.
Our current covid safety policies can be found below. Masks are no longer required, but are recommended.
Atlantic staff continue to work both in person and remotely and are reachable via email between 10am and 6pm ET. Please click here for staff contact information.
Atlantic Theater Company
For more information about our 2022|2023 Season, click here.
At Atlantic, we are committed to providing and maintaining a gathering place that is free of known hazards. Though we are no longer requiring mask wearing for all employees, students, and audiences at this time, in order to safeguard the health of our entire community, masks are recommended.
All of our facilities have been upgraded to meet and/or exceed air filtration standards as recommended by the CDC.
If ticket buyers are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, have been exposed to anyone with Covid-19 within 14 days of their visit, or been instructed to self-isolate within the last 10 days, we ask that they stay home and contact us a minimum of 4 hours prior to show time to discuss rebooking options.
During the 2022|2023 season, members can exchange tickets up to 4 hours before show time. For more information on our Memberships, click here.
We recognize that public health guidelines may change in the coming months and ask that you bear with us as we make the necessary safety adjustments. We also ask that audiences do their part to protect themselves and others by reviewing and agreeing to the attendance protocols before attending our theater.
Thank you so much. We can’t wait to see you at the theater!
Atlantic Acting School
We are thrilled to have returned to the classroom! In order to safeguard the health of our entire community, requiring all incoming and current students to be fully vaccinated and boosted. Our COVID-19 vaccination policy applies to all Atlantic faculty, staff, and incoming/returning students. Students between the ages of 5-11 must be fully vaccinated and boosted, if eligible.
The studios and all of our facilities have been upgraded to meet and/or exceed air filtration standards as recommended by the CDC. Air scrubbers have been installed in each studio.
Atlantic’s cleaning and disinfection protocols are developed in accordance with ongoing and evolving guidance from New York State and from the CDC.
Complete COVID-19 vaccination is defined as fourteen days following a final dose of the Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Moderna, or Astra-Zeneca vaccine. We will accept proof at the theater via the Excelsior Pass, the NYC COVID Safe Pass for Android and iOS, a copy or photo of your CDC vaccination card, and/or a copy or photo of an official immunization record from outside the United States. All guests must also present identification.
Those that are requesting accommodation due to a medical condition or closely held religious belief should email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about our current policy.
KIDS AND TEENS PROTOCOLS
Pick-up/Drop-off: Parents and caretakers will drop off and pick up students from the main lobby. For classes in Studio A (330 W. 16th St. entrance), this means the lower lobby outside of Studio A and for classes in studios 1 through 7 (76 Ninth Ave. entrance), this means the main lobby of Atlantic’s offices. Caretakers will not be permitted in the studios and must exit the lobby after dropping off until pick-up time.
Vaccinations: For students ages 5+, proof of vaccination will be required. We will collect this information prior to the start of the semester. All Atlantic faculty and staff are also required to show proof of vaccination status to work on-site.
Physical Distancing: Students will follow social distancing guidelines where appropriate in class. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “recommends schools maintain at least 3 feet of physical distance between students within classrooms to reduce transmission risk,” and we will mark 3 foot spaces in the studios.
Health Screening: Each class day, students (or their caretaker) must complete a three question daily health screening form online—A welcome screen will display in email format once the form is completed, which you will show to gain admittance to the classroom.
Questions? Feel free to email us at email@example.com for adult programs or firstname.lastname@example.org for kids and teens programs.
We appreciate your understanding and flexibility as we muscle through our new and ever-changing reality together. Thank you for being a part of the Atlantic family. We’re grateful you’re in it.
Would you consider making a donation today? Any amount makes a difference, be it $300, $150, or even $25. And by contributing at any level, you’re not just sustaining us in a time of great need. You’re standing with all of us, saying that Atlantic – along with the entire community – will emerge from this situation stronger and more vibrant than ever. While our teams continue to operate remotely, we encourage online donations. However, if you would prefer to send us a check in the mail, you may do so here:
Atlantic Theater Company
76 Ninth Avenue, Suite 313
New York, NY 10011