Dressing Rooms

  • Whenever possible, arrange seating and stations in a manner that allows for 2 metres (6 feet) of distancing between actors
  • Observe social distancing at all times; if additional spacing and temporary dressing rooms are not possible, an alternative option would be to fabricate and install barriers to separation individuals and stations
  • Consider alternating call times or creating a scheduled time frame to allow cast and crew to safely access high-demand spaces such as hair and makeup, wardrobe, etc.
  • Remind performers and staff that face coverings should be worn when in shared dressing rooms
  • Provide access to fully-supplied hand washing stations and ample hand sanitizer
  • Ensure adequate ventilation; if possible, use fresh air for HVAC systems and airflow and install high-efficiency air filters
  • Limit access to performers and essential personnel only

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