Since reopening, Broadway has required all cast and crew to be vaccinated or face daily testing.  Fans who attend the shows are also required to be vaccinated or test negative before entering the theatres and wear face coverings upon entering.

Originally scheduled to run through October, the Broadway League has extended the policy through the end of the year for all 41 of Broadway’s theatres.

With the opening of the borders and the re-entry of foreign visitors, Broadway has again extended Covid protocols at least through February of next year.

Everyone over the age of eleven must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to attendance and show a proper ID in order to attend any Broadway production; for those age eleven and under, they must have had at least one vaccination shot or a negative Covid test no more than 72 hours prior to attendance and show ID.

Once inside the theatre, everyone must wear a face covering including cast members when not on stage.  The rules also apply to crew members and front of house staff.

Currently there are 30 plays and musicals running on Broadway.  Since reopening, one million guests have attended a production.  The Broadway League marked guest number one million on November 7.