Health and Safety

For Your Health and Safety


 

Our Partner Venues

Our partner theaters are committed to the health and safety of the artists, staff, volunteers and you, our audiences. Arsht, Broward and Kravis Centers will each have guidelines and protocols for transitioning safely back to a traditionally-seated theater experience.

When Miami City Ballet audiences return to the Arsht, Broward and Kravis Centers in late 2021/22, be assured that the health and safety protocols will be in line with the most recent recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), developed in collaboration with local and state health officials.

 

Ensure you have the latest information

Health and safety plans may change to adapt to new guidelines. We encourage you to visit Arsht, Broward and Kravis Centers’ websites for the latest information. We will share the latest information on our website, and by email sent to the ticket-purchaser prior to your performance dates.

If you have purchased tickets for other people, please ensure you share important information with your theater companions. If you are a companion attendee or attending with a group, please ask the ticket-purchaser for information, visit the venue website for the latest information, or contact MCB Customer Relations.

arshtcenter.org | browardcenter.org | kraviscenter.org

 

Broward Center

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts and The Parker have announced new safety protocols for guest attendance at all performances. The policy applies to all ticketed events including all Miami City Ballet performances. The Guest Entry Policy takes effect on September 22, 2021 and will be in place until further updates are announced.

The full Broward Center Guest Entry Policy and FAQs is available at BrowardCenter.org/safety.

 

Kravis Center

The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts has announced new safety protocols for guest attendance at all performances. The policy applies to all ticketed events including all Miami City Ballet performances. The Kravis Center Health and Safety Protocols take effect on October 1, 2021 and will be in place until further updates are announced.

The full Kravis Center Health and Safety Protocols and FAQs are available at KravisCenter.org/healthsafety.

 

Miami City Ballet

The health and safety of our staff, students, artists and audiences are of paramount importance to Miami City Ballet. We closely monitor the latest developments regarding COVID-19 to ensure that we are following appropriate recommendations from health authorities and to proactively adjust and implement measures to ensure a safe environment for everyone.

2021/22 Subscribers enjoy the additional peace of mind with our Flexibility Guarantee, including free ticket exchanges if you need to swap dates, and should you decide to cancel your subscription during the season, we will refund the balance of your unused tickets.

Arsht, Broward and Kravis Centers have implemented new measures for the safety and peace of mind of audiences, staff and artists. Everyone is required to comply with the protocols at each theater. Please note that any public location with multiple people present provides an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. We encourage all audience members to take precautions, as recommended by the CDC, to protect themselves and others in public spaces. With your cooperation, together we can stay safe.