Thank you to our patrons, and all our friends in the artistic community for helping the BSF, as we work to help keep our community safe, and still keep Shakespeare alive.

As of September 10, 2021:

BSF has posted our Covid Protocols and Practices which can be downloaded below.

For the safety of our community and in compliance with Baltimore
County restrictions and Baltimore City Covid-19 mandates we are using the following guidelines in parallel with practices being put in place by other DC/MD Theatres:

  • Audience members will be required to show proof of vaccination at the door. (Your actual vaccination card or a clearly readable photo showing full vaccination status are acceptable. No information will be recorded or kept.)

  • Patrons who are unable to be vaccinated (children under 12 or those with a medical or religious exemption) will need to provide proof of a negative Covid Test taken within 72 hours of admittance. 

  • Masks will be mandatory for all audience members at our indoor venue. We will provide a disposable mask for patrons without one.

  • All BSF performers and staff are fully vaccinated and will be limiting contact with audience members.

  • Please maintain a 6 ft distance.

  • Tickets will be limited to a reduced capacity of 50% per performance.

King Lear is currently scheduled for performances October 1-24 at The Kestrel, tickets on sale soon!

Bard to the Bone has returned with our next meeting online Thursday September 16!

All's Well that Ends Well and Much Ado About Nothing have been postponed. Announcements for both productions will be made once we determine the best time for performance.

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BSF Covid Protocols and Practices as of July 23, 2021

(Click the PDF icon to download)