As we begin to welcome you back to the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, our main goal is to create an environment where our audiences, artists, volunteer ushers, and staff feel safe and protected. We are also eager and excited for us all to reconnect with the art and culture we know and love — and have missed. Please read on for details about health and safety at The Z and what to know before you arrive.
The pandemic has thankfully progressed to the point where we no longer require proof of vaccination or a negative test at Zeiterion performances. Face masks are welcome, but not required.
Should an artist request proof of vaccination/negative test and/or face masks, these measures will be reinstated for that particular performance.
We will continue to monitor healthy and safety guidelines and will adjust our policies if necessary.
Thank you for helping to ensure the performing arts returned uninterrupted at The Z!
Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged unless the event is cancelled or postponed.
If you can't attend an event, consider gifting your tickets to someone you know or donating their value to The Z.
The Z no longer requires proof of vaccination or a negative test at Zeiterion performances. Masks are welcome, but not required. Should an artist request proof of vaccination/negative test and/or face masks, these measures will be reinstated for that particular performance.
For the safety of our audience, staff, volunteers, and performers, all guests should self-monitor their health prior to arriving. We ask that you stay at home if you are sick or have been in contact with anyone who is sick or has been sick within the last 14 days.
We require all patrons to adhere to this social contract as outlined below. Those who don’t will not be granted admission or will be removed from the event.
STAFF & VOLUNTEER PROTOCOL
Will you join our community of amazing supporters with a donation today? Your support will allow The Z to be the space for healing, connecting, and learning that is so essential as we move forward together. A gift in any amount makes an impact.
While the Zeiterion was dark during the Covid-19 closure, we were taking care of New Bedford’s beloved theater in lots of ways. From cleaning the historic Czechoslovakian gut-glass chandelier, to examining restoration efforts in the 1980s to reveal the original paint colors and design from 1923. Our paint expert is happy to report the restoration choices in the 80s honored the theater’s original elements!