Jul 30, 2021
By Christine Ross
If you’re planning to see a Broadway play, you must prove you’ve been vaccinated and wear a mask.
These new rules have been announced in advance of theatre re-openings in the coming weeks and only those with vaccines authorized by the FDA or WHO will be allowed in.
There will be exceptions for children under 12 and for people with a medical condition or religious belief that prevents vaccination.
Bruce Springsteen’s one-man show is the only performance currently running on Broadway.
Most others will open in September or October after being shuttered since the pandemic hit.