General Safety Guidelines:
The Festival prioritizes the safety and comfort of its patrons, artists, and community with the following safety protocols:
Masks are required for the audience for all performances in the 2022 summer season thru August 7, 2022. Proof of vaccination status is not required.
Masks are required for patrons attending the following productions: Every Brilliant Thing, A Chorus Line, The River Bride, Much Ado About Nothing, August Wilson’s Fences, Young Company Shakespeare Project, the One Night Only Concert, Little Red and Shakespeare for Kids:
- Face masks are worn indoors before, during, and after the performance, regardless of vaccination status.
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our Dining Experiences Safety Guidelines click here
These are the current guidelines as of July 2022.
While our current health climate is ever-changing, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival remains committed to the health and safety of our community and adheres to all requirements and regulations set forth by the Actors’ Equity Association, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and the CDC.
Additional Safety Protocols:
Hand Sanitizing Stations: We ask that all visitors, volunteers, and staff wash/sanitize their hands when they arrive at our facilities. Hand sanitizing stations are available in various locations throughout the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts.
Enhanced Cleaning: Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival has increased cleaning protocols of all high-touch and high-traffic areas. All touch points, such as door handles, push plates, railings, and countertops, will be frequently wiped down with disinfectant. Assistive listening receivers are sanitized between uses.
Enhanced Filtration System: Our HVAC system is set to provide fresh air throughout the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts. We are running with the maximum percentage of fresh air and air changes per hour that our system can handle in the Main Stage and Schubert theatres, using MERV 13 filters to provide enhanced filtration.
Paperless E-ticket Options: We encourage our patrons to choose this option for printing your tickets at home, and/or showing your tickets on your smart device when you arrive at the theatre.
Stay Safe. Stay Home: Please stay home if you are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19, have a temperature higher than 100.4 degrees, or are observing an isolation period due to COVID-19 illness or potential exposure.
Exchange Fees: Fees to exchange tickets will be waived for all cases of illness.
Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival remains committed to the health and safety of our community and adheres to all requirements and regulations set forth by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the CDC, and Actors’ Equity Association. Our current health climate is ever-changing.
Location: The Main Stage and Schubert Theatres are located on the campus of DeSales University at the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts at 2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley, PA.
Parking and Your Arrival: Upon your arrival on campus, park in the parking lot in front of the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts. The box office and Will Call are located in the lobby of the Labuda Center. (Note: optional parking and/or overflow parking will also be available in the lot adjacent to the Trexler Library.)
Box Office and Will Call: For specific box office, Will Call, and ticketing policy questions please click here.
Safety Guidelines: The Festival will prioritize the safety and comfort of its patrons, artists, and community and adapt to current and anticipated circumstances. Click here for PSF’s safety protocols.
Masks: In our indoor spaces, face masks are to be worn before, during, and after the performance, properly covering your nose and mouth, even if fully vaccinated. Click here for PSF’s safety protocols.
Restrooms: Restrooms will be open and available before, during and after performances. Restroom availability in Labuda remains open in the entrance lobby.
Accessibility and Accessible Performances: Please inform the Box Office when purchasing your tickets if you need seating for a wheelchair, or a headset for the infrared listening system. Large print programs are available for all performances at Will Call. For information about Sign-Interpreted, Audio Described, and Relaxed Performances, please visit our accessibility page.
Food and Beverages: Neither are permitted in the theatres while seated and attending a performance.
Box Office and Will Call:
- Physical tickets can still be mailed or held for you to pick up at Will Call the night of the show.
- Print@Home tickets are also an option. You can either print these tickets out at home or show them on a mobile device for entry into the space.
If you have any problems or questions, please email email@example.com or call us at (610) 282-WILL (9455).
Box Office Location:
The box office and Will Call are located in the lobby of the Labuda Center. This is the box office and Will Call location for patrons attending Main Stage Theatre and Schubert Theatre productions.