New Protocols for Visiting the Theatre


An Announcement for Those Coming to a Show

We join our partners at Anchorage Opera, Anchorage Symphony Orchestra, and Alaska Center for the Performing Arts in announcing the following requirements to ensure the safe and successful return and continuation of live performances in Anchorage.  

Performance attendees must provide either proof of vaccination against COVID-19 completed at least two weeks prior to the event, or proof of a negative test result within 72 hours of the show. Proof of vaccination must be in the form of a vaccine card or a photo of a vaccine card and a matching photo ID.  

In addition, masks are currently required for all guests, regardless of vaccination status or test result, in accordance with CDC and state guidelines for indoor gatherings in areas with Substantial or High community transmission. Currently, transmission levels in Anchorage are High according to both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services.

Masks must be worn at all times while visiting Alaska Center for the Performing Arts except when eating or drinking in designated areas. All masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings. If you do not have a mask, Alaska Center for the Performing Arts will have masks available at the door. 

We are allowing refunds on all tickets up to 72 hours before the show to accommodate those who are not willing or able to meet these requirements. However, if you have recently tested positive for COVID-19, are waiting for COVID-19 test results, have COVID-19 symptoms, or if you have had close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 please stay home and request a refund up until the start of the show. To receive a refund for your tickets, contact the CenterTix box office at 263-2787 or complete this form.

These safety measures were created with the health and wellbeing of our artists, event employees and volunteers, production staff, audience, and the community always at the forefront. If the level of community transmission falls below Substantial, these requirements may be lifted. Due to the often changing public health environment, all rules and guidelines are subject to change. You can play a part in decreasing COVID-19 transmission levels in Anchorage: wear a mask, get vaccinated, and stay safe.