We’re looking forward to seeing you for Vashon Opera’s production of The Merry Widow! Please arrive early to allow time for vaccine verification and ticket admission.
To help you get ready, here's a list of what to bring with you:
Feelings of joy and fun, to celebrate another opera back in our home, Vashon Center for the Arts.
Vaccination card or a picture of it on your phone. (You can also bring proof you had a negative PCR test 72 hours before arriving at VCA.)
Photo ID, part of the VCA vaccine verification protocol.
The ticket you printed out online, or you have on your phone to speed your way into the hall. (Will Call is still okay, of course. And regardless of how you received your ticket, Will Call will have a complete list of all ticket holders. So don't stress!)
Face mask. Feel free to be wild and crazy and operatic!
Finally, bring along your gift of time and arrive early. We're ramping up to make this as easy as possible but there are bound to be lines as we check vaccination cards.
If you're coming to Friday evening's performance, plan to enter on the east side of the lobby (connected to the parking lot) as there will be a First Friday event for guests of VCA in the lobby and the First Friday event does not require proof of vaccination.
Arriving early would be a special favor to our team of vax checkers, will-call greeters, and ushers. Avoid the last minute crush. We will be ready to greet you with open arms (but no hugs please) starting one hour before curtain time!
The Merry Widow
Friday, May 6, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 8, 2022 at 2:30 p.m.
Enjoy the show!