Seattle Theatre Group (STG) Education and Community Engagements (ECE) is following organizational wide protocols. By agreeing to participate in our programs you are agreeing to follow STG’s safety protocols:
STG requires proof of vaccination for entry to all venues and participating programs linked to Seattle Theatre Group. Only children under 12, and people with a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief that prevents vaccination, may participate without proof of vaccination. Individuals who meet those criteria must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test (date of negative PCR test result must be within 48 hours of performance time). Additionally, masking is required inside the venue. While participating in Seattle Theatre Group programs you will be required to wear masks, except while actively eating or drinking or performing on stage.
Seattle Theatre Group will be conducting COVID-19 testing for throughout the program in an effort to protect the health, safety and welfare of participants. This testing is being conducted, to the extent these tests continue to be made available by Seattle Theatre Group and will be provided at no cost to you.
COVID-19 Testing Information: The test that would be administered to you/ your student would be a rapid-antigen test. This test has been approved by the FDA under an emergency use authorization and involves the swabbing of you or your/ your child’s nasal passage in order to obtain a sample for testing. There are risks and benefits with undergoing a diagnostic test for COVID-19 and there may be a potential for false positive or false negative test results. Additionally, the actual test may cause slight discomfort to your/your child’s nose or throat during the collection process and for a short period of time thereafter. You will be provided with the results of your test and it will be your responsibility to seek advice and treatment from your medical provider if necessary.
You/your child will receive an FDA authorized or approved antigen test to mitigate transmission of the virus. Testing may happen once a week or more often, as determined necessary by Seattle Theatre Group.
Testing can happen upon arrival to STG’s program and will be overseen by STG’s COVID Officer. If an individual tests positive with the antigen test, you/your child will be sent home. You may return to the program one-week after, at which point, you will need to provide a negative result from an antigen test administered on site, for free by an STG COVID Officer.
Reporting of test results will be done in a confidential manner consistent with state, city and federal regulations. Notification of exposed individuals shall occur in a way as to protect the confidentiality of the person with COVID-19 and in accordance with statutory confidentiality requirements. Should there be a positive result, STG will be immediately informed in a manner consistent with legal confidentially requirements.
By your signature below, you certify that you have read and understood this COVID-19 Testing Consent. More specifically, by signing below you:
(1) Give your permission for you/ your child to be tested for COVID-19
(2) Understand that it is your responsibility to seek advice and treatment from your medical provider, if necessary
(3) Understand that information regarding test results may be disclosed as allowed by applicable law
(4) Understand that this testing may occur at multiple points throughout program
(5) Understand that you/your child will be sent home if positive COVID-19 results are confirmed
(6) You agree to indemnify, save, and hold STG, its affiliates, contractors, employees, agents and its partners, licensors, and suppliers harmless from any claims, losses, damages, liabilities, including legal fees and expenses, arising out of your use or misuse of the site and/or the materials, or any breach of the representations, warranties, and covenants made by you herein.