The following information details Glitterbomb’s protocols regarding COVID-19. Updates will be made to our protocols on a regular basis in response to community health needs.
COVID 19 Protocol Last Updated: 01/06/22
Cast and crew members are required to show proof of vaccination against the coronavirus prior to participating in the artist-in-residence program.
Cast and crew members are required to notify the production team if there have been any exposures to the coronavirus. If exposure occurs that impacts the production team as well as our cast and crew, all crew members will be tested to determine if there are additional cases amongst the team.
Cancellations and Rescheduling Protocols
If an exposure impacts our cast in such a way that we are unable to have a show, that show cast and theme will be rescheduled to a later date.
Performing cast members are required to sanitize their hands prior to entering the stage, as well as when they exit the stage, before returning to the dressing room area.
All crew members are required to wear masks while working the indoor stage for the duration of the show. Performers are not required to wear masks during their performance.
All crew members are not required to wear masks while working the outdoor stage.
Cast members are allowed to engage and interact with audience members at their own discretion. Audience members are required to wear masks while inside the venue. Audience members are not required to wear masks outside at the venue.
Cash tips will be delivered to the performing artists using our tip bins located at stage left, center stage, and stage right. Tips will be collected and sanitized by the stage kitten following each performance, then bagged into ziploc bags and given to the performers. Performers are encouraged to leave the cash tips in the ziploc bag for up to 72 hours.
Performing cast members are required to wear masks while inside the venue unless they are performing. Cast members are required to sanitize their hands prior to exiting and entering the dressing room areas.
Crew members are required to wear a mask indoors as is required by the venue management. Crew members are required to sanitize their hands as often as possible when working a show, as they engage with cast members and sometimes the audience members.
Below are some important resources regarding testing, vaccinations and health tips on navigating the coronavirus.
Vaccines.gov is the CDC website that helps people find vaccines in their area.
Check your local pharmacy’s website to see if vaccine appointments or walk-ins are available. See a list of retail pharmacies providing vaccinations.
Mobile Vaccine Program
The state mobile program provides a way for Texas businesses and people who are homebound to schedule free mobile vaccinations.
- Texas businesses, groups, or civic organizations with five or more individuals who voluntarily choose to be vaccinated can call 844-90-TEXAS (844-908-3927) and select Option 4 to schedule a visit.
- Texans who are homebound can call 844-90-TEXAS (844-908-3927) and select Option 2 to request a state mobile vaccination team to come to their home.
Find Vaccine by Phone
Get answers to questions or help finding a vaccine near you by phone:
- Text your ZIP code to find vaccine, childcare, and free rides to clinics to
- GETVAX (438829) for English
- VACUNA (822862) for Spanish
- Call 1-833-832-7067 (toll free) for referral to a local vaccine provider
- Call center is open Monday–Friday 8:00am–6:00pm, and Saturday 8:00am–5:00pm.
- Spanish language and other translators are available to help callers.
- Call the national vaccine finder hotline toll free at 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489)
Texas Public Health Vaccine Scheduler
The Texas Vaccine Scheduler helps Texans get scheduled for a COVID-19 vaccine at clinics hosted by participating Texas public health entities.
Register online at GetTheVaccine.dshs.texas.gov. You will be notified by email or text when and where to get the vaccine. If there’s not a public health clinic near you, you will be directed to other places to get your vaccine.
Call (833) 832-7067 if you don’t have internet or need help signing up.
Vaccination Services for People with Disabilities
People with disabilities needing assistance getting vaccinated can contact the Disability Rights Texas Hotline (DRTx Vaccine Hotline) by phone or email, at 1-800-880-8401 or vaccine@DRTx.org.
You can also contact the national Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) at 888-677-1199 or DIAL@n4a.org for vaccine help.