The safety and wellbeing of all artists, audiences and staff is our number one priority so we ask that all visitors to Australian Musical Theatre Festival events and workshop's follow the COVIDSafe best practices described on this page.
Australian Musical Theatre Festival is following best practice to keep the Festival COVIDSafe.
STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE UNWELL
The big one! You must not attend an event if you are:
showing symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)
awaiting a coronavirus (COVID-19) test result
have otherwise been directed to self-isolate or quarantine
If you begin to feel unwell while at an event, please contact a venue staff member immediately.
HOW TO BE COVIDSAFE
Every venue participating in the Festival will ensure the event is conducted safely and in accordance with the requirements and recommendations of local government, workplace health and safety regulators, and others.
General COVIDSafe practices that you should follow at any Festival venue include:
Stay home if you are unwell.
If you become unwell at the event, please leave the event.
Where practicable keep some distance from other people or social groups.
Wash and sanitise your hands.
You are welcome to wear a face mask. Wearing a face mask can reduce the risk of catching or spreading viral infections, especially when space is limited. Particularly consider wearing a face mask if you are at risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and/or the community incidence of COVID-19 is moderate or high.
17 - 21 May 2023 The Australian Musical Theatre Festival acknowledges the traditional owners of this island lutruwita (Tasmania). This festival takes place on the country around kanamaluka/River Tamar, where two original tribes converged, the litarimirina and the panina people. It is our hope that this Festival will celebrate storytelling for years to come, while honouring the stories that have come before us on this land.
(Names of tribes and places in palawa kani are used with approval of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.)