What To Expect
The outbreak of COVID-19 caused us to postpone nearly all our regularly scheduled productions in 2020 to 2021. The cast and crew of The Music Man were ready to open last March when the order to close was received.
- We are very pleased to announce our plans to re-open our main stage productions with The Music Man on April 16 – May 15, 2021. ALL SEATS will be available with some restrictions (below).
- The box office will be contacting those with previously purchased tickets via EMAIL and/phone to help you reschedule your performance dates. Email is by far the most effective way for us to communicate with you. PLEASE make sure your email information is current and watch for email from CPT.
- Scheduled performance dates for subsequent productions including: Newsies, Sister Act, The Scarlet Pimpernel and A Christmas Story will remain as indicated on your season ticket.
- ALL SEATS will be available without social distancing. However, face masks (covering the nose and mouth) will be required.
- We recognize that not everyone will be ready to sit shoulder to shoulder.
- If you prefer social distanced seating, you will need to contact the box office at least 48 hours prior to your desired scheduled performance. They will help you find an a seating option appropriate to your distanced seating needs.
- If you are still not comfortable returning to theatre, contact our box office staff for
Connecting with the Box Office
- Communication with the CPT Box Office is now available via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to communicate your requests and questions. You may also go online (cptutah.org), call (801-298-1302) or visit in person (525 N 400 E, Centerville, UT).
- Email will remain a preferred method of communication with our box office staff. It can greatly reduce your time on HOLD or waiting in the Lobby.
- Thank you for your continued patience.
In order for CPT to open and remain open, the following safety protocols continue to be required. These safety protocols have been established with the help of the Davis County Health Department.
- The wearing of face masks covering nose and mouth during the entire stay at CPT is required.
- The only exception to this is for performers on stage or while drinking water.
- Performers will be required to wear masks when off stage.
- All participants/patrons of CPT must self-diagnose before coming to the theatre.
- If you have any symptoms (especially fever, coughing or sneezing) do not visit the Theatre. Contact the box office or supervisor so alternative plans may be made.
- Staff, cast, crew and volunteers are also required to report to supervisors upon arrival and be checked for symptoms, including body temperature.
- Masks will be checked at the outside doors.
- If you do not have a mask you may purchase one before entering.
- Tickets printed at home or digitally on cell phones are encouraged. Will Call tickets are available.
- All tickets are provided with a QR or BAR code for touchless scanning upon entrance to the auditorium.
- There will be no printed playbills. The playbill will be provided electronically using your cell phone.
- There will be no concessions sold before the performance or during intermissions to decrease the likelihood of mask removal.
- Bottled water will be provided for consumption during intermission. Bottles will be collected as you re-enter the auditorium for the remainder of the performance.
- Regular cleaning and disinfecting of the hands will be encouraged. Sanitizing stations are available throughout the building.
- Distancing is also encouraged while moving throughout the building.
- The cast will not greet the audience in the lobby after the performance.
- Please exit the building as quickly as possible and maintain social distancing as you exit.
- If you have arranged to meet one of the performers after the show, we recommend you meet them outside on the west side of the building.
In order for CPT to remain open, we need your help by strict adherence to these protocols. If you are unable or not willing to comply with these protocols, please wait until they are no longer required before returning to the Theatre.
Additional safety practices include:
- Our circulation and HVAC system has a two-phase filtering system. The first phase is rated at MERV 8 (.3 pm filtration – 20% or better) and the second at MERV 18 (.3 pm filtration – 99% or better). We are also treating these filters with an anti-microbial treatment to increase their effectiveness.
- The public and backstage areas are treated every 30 days with Aptiban, an anti-microbial treatment which is effective for up to 90 days.
- The facility is cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis.
- Outside doors will be propped open to allow for touchless entry and exiting of the building, before and after the performance.
THANK YOU for supporting us in our decision to protect our performers and patrons as we make our way back to gathering at the theatre. We consider each of you an important part of our CenterPoint family and look forward to reconnecting with you.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre
Administration & Staff