Performer and Production Staff COVID Protocols
** Guidance may change as Yolo County, CDC, and California State guidance changes **
The safety and health of all actors, staff and volunteers are of utmost importance to Davis Musical Theater Company.
Within this document you'll find important information pertaining to policies and protocols set forth by the
company. We’ve established these policies by closely following mandates and recommendations by the county, as well
as additional measures as agreed upon by DMTC's COVID-19 committee and board of directors.
Please read carefully and note that should you have any special needs or considerations, you are encouraged to
speak with the stage manager or producers.
Masks that conform to the YOLO county guidelines are to be worn at all times while in the building including:
- Masks are to be worn during rehearsals
- Masks are to be worn in the dressing room (and may be taken off briefly only as necessary for costume changes or approved drink)
- Masks are to be worn during live productions (DMTC will monitor the Yolo county mask mandate and adjust accordingly)
- Masks must be approved by the production team
- COVID vaccination card
A medical exemption (must be from a medical doctor and approved by DMTC COVID Committee review)
- Those with approved medical exemption must provide a negative COVID test taken within the previous 72 hours each time prior to entering the building
Per the Yolo county guidance – in the event of exposure within the cast, the cast and staff will be asked to
test for COVID-19 (with a negative test result) before returning to rehearsal. You will be asked
to share the negative test result.
Food & Drinks
Actors and production staff may eat and drink in the lobby while maintaining 6 feet of social distancing.
DMTC reserves the right to change any of the above policies without prior notice.
Actors and production staff agree and understand that a policy today,may not be the same policy tomorrow;
DMTC will advocate for the actor and their experience both on and off stage during the production, but
must do so while following strict safety protocols. Actors and production staff understand that the above
policies may change throughout the run and DMTC will do its best to keep all informed in the process.