An Other Theater Company's COVID policies

We deeply value the lives and health of our casts, crews, patrons, and our community at large. We also believe that it is vital to mitigate the spread of the virus as part of our efforts to be anti-racist, anti-ableist, and gender and sexuality-affirming. Our policies have been guided by the advice of health experts and current industry standards. 

We will not be producing or supporting any theatrical productions unless it meets the following standards for both rehearsals and performances: 


  • All members of separate households must be separated by a minimum of 6 feet at all times. 

  • All members of separate households must be masked at all times. 

  • Actors may only be unmasked if they are the only ones onstage and maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from any other person in the room. Only actors who are members of the same household may be unmasked within 6 feet of one another. 

  • Efforts should be made to use platforms like Zoom for rehearsals and recordings. 

  • Microphones, makeup, eating and drinking supplies, and other equipment must not be shared.

  • Hand sanitizer and/or adequate hand washing stations must be easily accessible.

  • There must be regular sanitation of high-touch surfaces such as doorknobs, shared props, and set pieces.

We will re-evaluate this standards only when: 

  • All four metrics of Utah's CovidActNow pandemic indicators are green/low for at least 14 consecutive days.

  • All members of the production team are fully vaccinated. 

An Other Theatre Company acknowledges that our theatre stands on the traditional lands of the Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute) nation. White settlers seized the land colonially known as Provo from the Ute People and other neighboring tribes through the unratified and unfulfilled Treaty of Spanish Fork in 1865, in exchange for basic needs and rights, under the direction of Brigham Young.


We also recognize the stolen lives of the enslaved Africans brought to Utah by early white settlers, and acknowledge that their subjugation and forced labor helped to establish the cities that exist in this area today.


We strive to de-colonize Utah theatre through careful season selection, casting choices, diversity in leadership and creative roles, and ongoing conversation and education.

An Other Theater Company

Provo Towne Centre Mall

1200 Towne Centre Blvd

Provo, UT 84601


We are located inside the

Provo Towne Centre Mall,

on the second floor, near Dillard's

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