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Policies & Procedures

2022 Fall Season at the David H. Koch Theater

Gillian Murphy in The Dream. Photo: Rosalie O’Connor.

Policies & Procedures

2022 Fall Season at the David H. Koch Theater

October 20-30, 2022

Covid-19 Safety Policy and Procedures

American Ballet Theatre prioritizes the health and safety of our audiences, dancers, and staff.

For all in-person performance, ABT works closely to follow the health and safety protocols of our presenting venues based on CDC and local guidelines.

For 2022 Fall performances, American Ballet Theatre requires proper mask usage at all times for all employees and visitors to the David H. Koch Theater (the “Theater”). Masks must cover the face and nose and may not have exhaust vents/breathing valves. Bandanas, scarves, face shields and gaiters are not permitted substitutes for a proper mask.

While American Ballet Theatre strongly recommends vaccination against COVID-19, proof of vaccination is not currently required for entrance to performances and public programs in the Theater.

Specific health and safety protocols are determined by American Ballet Theater in coordination with the David H Koch Theater. These protocols are subject to change. We will strive to communicate substantial changes to health and safety protocols in advance of performances.

The David H Koch Theater may, in its sole discretion, refuse to allow admission to any ticket holder who does not comply with the Theater’s policies.

Thank you for your understanding as we endeavor to keep our audiences and artists safe. Please check back for updates on our most current protocol, which is subject to change.

Refunds and Exchanges

For the 2022 Fall Season at the David H Koch Theater, ticket holders may exchange tickets for another performance with the 2022 season up until noon the day of the performance at no extra charge, except any difference in ticket price. No refunds or cancellations allowed.

If a ticket buyer is unable to use their tickets, they may donate them back to American Ballet Theatre until curtain time.