Davenport’s new theater, Mockingbird on Main, has announced new covid-19 policies for upcoming shows.

Davenport's Mockingbird On Main Theater Announces New Covid-19 Policies

Tristan Tapscott is owner of The Mockingbird On Main theater.

The theater’s owner and creative director Tristan Tapscott said the following today:

In order to ensure the safety and well-being of all of our guests and artists, The Mockingbird On Main has updated its Covid-19 policies.

The Mockingbird On Main will require all guests, artists, volunteers, staff, sponsors, and media to show valid proof of full vaccination in order to enter the downtown arts space. Proof of vaccination may be digital or a physical card. 

Children under 12 and unvaccinated patrons must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours prior to attending an indoor performance.

Additional, all guests will be required to wear masks when inside The Mockingbird. Our space is small and intimate and we want to play it safe as Covid and it’s variants start to make their way through our community.

This a public health crisis, the way out is truly a team effort and we will do our best to play our part.”


Davenport's Mockingbird On Main Theater Announces New Covid-19 Policies
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