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For the safety of JRT staff and patrons, all performances of Photograph 51 will require proof of an FDA authorized COVID vaccination (Pfizer, Moderna, J&J) or a negative COVID-19 test (PCR) within 72 hours of the performance.  Also, all attendees, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear a mask.

The JCC has looked to the CDC, Erie County Department of Health, and New York State for guidance throughout the pandemic.  The health and well-being of the attendees of JRT performances are critical, and that’s why we are making this decision.  We will revisit the protocols as we move into additional performances in February and May.

As of today, all performers of the JRT and crew are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

We serve a diverse segment of our community. Our responsibility is to look out for the health and wellness of anyone who comes to the JRT, staff and patrons alike. – Adam Yellen, Director of Performing Arts, JCC Buffalo

Proof of vaccination or negative test result will be checked before patrons are admitted into the theater space. Proof of vaccination may be an NYS vaccination card or NYS Excelsior Pass, as well as a photo ID.

For any questions or more information about the JRT season, please contact Adam Yellen at 716-688-4114 Ext. 309 or by email .

Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo- www.jccbuffalo.org

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