Come to our outdoor, open air performance space to listen to music of the 70s!!
RHINO THEATRE CODE OF CONDUCT
The Code applies to both Rhino Theatre Group locations (Studio 237 and Mainstage), including the sidewalks and parking lots surrounding the buildings.
-to protect the rights and safety of Theatre patrons
-to protect the rights and safety of casts and crew
-to preserve and protect the Theatre's facilities, materials, and properties
Invitees (guests to our business) who violate their invitation and parameters therein, legally become a trespasser; and will therefore, have no legal right to remain on premises. Trespassers who remain on Rhino Theatre property can and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, up to and including removal from law enforcement if necessary.
Failure to abide by this code of conduct and its explicit rules as implemented and enforced by The Rhino Theatre Group in association with local, state, and federal authorities, will result in release from the premises and may result in a ban from all future events at Rhino Theatre, depending on the extent and severity of the actions that resulted in their release from the premises and/or if they are deemed repeat offenders.
Behaviors expected to enter premises for indoor and outdoor stages and events:
- No admittance if you are sick or have been in contact with anyone who is sick or has been sick within the last 14 days. All invitees are expected to self-monitor prior to their arrival at our facilities.
- Face covering for all invitees Ages 3 and up that cover the nose and mouth and which are provided by the invitee.
- This includes wearing a face covering during the entire show and during your entire time on-site, with the exception of lowering - not removing - the face covering to drink water.
- Maintaining social distancing of at least 6 feet between you and your party and other invitees.
- Register at the health management table or tent upon arrival and undergo the following:
- a digital temperature
- If over 100 degrees, you may request an oral temperature to be taken.
- If the oral temperature is still over 100, you must immediately leave the premises.
- Accurately and honestly answer a 5-question Health Screen Questionnaire for all Adults; 1-question for 17 and under.
- Provide your name, phone number, and email for contact tracing purposes.
- Participate in AAA Seating
- This involves being escorted by an usher to a designated area that is Assigned, Arranged and According to family/party and not changing or mixing your AAA area with others.
- Invitees using our restrooms must abide by and follow all directives and guidance from Rhino staff and health managers regarding restroom traffic patterns.
- Restroom use during the show is not recommended, but emergency escort can be provided.
- No eating or food permitted on-site.
- Exiting immediately following the performance as instructed via stage announcements and as directed by Rhino staff and ushers.
- No gathering before or after the show.
- No congregating to greet casts, crew, or friends will be allowed or permitted, nor will the giving or receiving of any gifts on-site.
Behaviors Where Release/Removal is Absolute:
- The following behaviors are considered unacceptable on Rhino Theatre Group premises:
- Removal of mask before, during or after show while on-site
- Disregard for other patrons, cast, crew and irresponsible behaviors associated with public health while seated or while traversing premises
- Being unwilling to maintain social distance standards by not staying at least 6 feet from other invitees, moving or modifying cueing equipment, and/or repositioning or moving pre-assigned AAA areas or seating arrangements
- Possession of alcohol, illegal drugs, or weapons of any kind
- Smoking and vaping while on Rhino Theatre property (including parking lots and sidewalks)
- Loitering or gathering before or after events
- Being verbally or physically abusive to cast, crew, staff or other patrons (including through means of cyber communication that could be construed as threatening, demeaning, defaming, or bullying)
- Being excessively loud and/or using profane language
- Making disruptive use of cell phones (including the use of flashlight or strobe devices and including video or audio recording during performances which are prohibited under copyright law and performance agreements with licensing companies)
- Defacing or destroying property belonging to or on the premises of The Rhino Theatre Group before, during, or after events.