Randolph Entertainment, presenting Teatro ZinZanni in Chicago, announced that it will be requiring all guests older than 12 to show proof of vaccination to attend its dinner and performance.
This requirement will apply to all performances beginning Aug. 4 until further notice.
A press release stated, "The health and safety of Teatro ZinZanni's audiences is its main concern; as such, this new requirement has been added to the protocol followed since re-opening which includes fully vaccinated cast and staff, as well as enhanced air filtration and new sanitization technologies to deliver a safe and magical experience."
For patrons 12 years and younger who are not yet eligible for vaccination, a proper face covering must be worn except when eating at their table. Fully vaccinated patrons may wear masks at their discretion.
Proof of vaccination can be in the form of the CDC card, a clear photocopy of this card or a clear mobile phone photo. It must show that patrons have completed their vaccination, and that at least two weeks have elapsed since the final dose.
Individual tickets, which include a four-course meal, are available and range from $119 to $189; front-row VIP tickets are available at a premium price. Limited a la carte "show-only" tickets will also be available for $69. Individual tickets will be available at zinzanni.com/Chicago.