lso & Fulton theatre
You Are Invited
Igor Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale
May 19, 2021, at 7:00 PM
Wynton Marsalis’s A Fiddler’s Tale
May 22, 2021, at 7:00 PM
To close this season, we have something truly special planned. On May 19 & 22 at 7:00 PM, the LSO and Fulton Theatre are partnering to present and record two beloved chamber works: Igor Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale and Wynton Marsalis’s jazz-flavored companion piece A Fiddler’s Tale. Each will feature LSO principal musicians as well as celebrated actors and dancers from the Fulton Theatre.
While these performances are being recorded to live stream at a later date, we wanted to invite you to come be a part of a small, socially distanced audience at the Fulton Theatre. For a minimum contribution of $100 per person, you can attend your choice of performance: May 19, 7 PM – The Soldier’s Tale OR May 22, 7 PM – A Fiddler’s Tale. A contribution of $150 per person will allow you to attend and enjoy both presentations.
While we anxiously await live performing arts to return to our community in full vigor, we hope these one-of-a-kind events provide you the opportunity to safely enjoy a meaningful evening of music and storytelling. To contribute and indicate your attendance, use the easy form on this page or call the LSO office at 717-291-6440.
Please note, space is extremely limited, and this page will be unavailable once we reach capacity. If you are able to join us, we ask that you observe the following procedures in an effort to keep you, the performers, and the staff of these performances healthy and safe.
Additional Saftey Protocols
- The theatre is operating at a reduced capacity (less than 20%)
- Seating will allow for over 6 feet distance between each party/pod
- Social distancing will be followed at all times entering the theatre, in the theatre, and exiting the theatre
- No-contact scanners will be used to read tickets
- Entering the theatre – the audience will be assigned timed entry/arrival time, and the theatre will be open 30 minutes earlier than normal.
- No intermission
- The theatre is cleaned and sanitized after each performance
- The theatre has purchased a sanitizer sprayer that will also be used to clean and disinfect the spaces after use
- All staff will be wearing a face covering
- All patrons entering the theatre will be required to wear a face-covering at all times
- Disposable masks will be available
- A health screen and temp check will be conducted at the theatre entrance. If a patron has a temperature of 100.4 or higher or answers yes to any of the health screening questions, the patron will not be able to enter the theatre
- Hand sanitizing and disposable wipe stations are located throughout the theatre
- Food and drinks will not be available for purchase
- Water fountains will be turned off and unavailable
- A restroom attendant will be located at the smaller restrooms to ensure social distancing within the restroom
- Ushers will clean and disinfect high touch areas prior to the performance, during, and after the performance
- The theatre updated its HVAC system. The theatre uses MERV8 filters on all units and installed the iMOD air purification on all HVAC units. The HVAC system is constantly running, 50% of the air is removed each time it runs.
- To exit the theatre, the audience will remain seated until an usher has dismissed their row.
- An announcement will be made regarding this at the beginning and end of the performance.
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Our educational and community programs would not be possible without the generous support of individual and corporate sponsors. There are a variety of options for anyone who values the arts and recognizes the positive impact the arts have on our community.