Resources for the Atlanta Community During the COVID-19 Crisis
Resources for the Atlanta Community During the COVID-19 CrisisRebekah Wortman2020-07-27T18:41:22+00:00
True Colors Theatre Company stands with the City of Atlanta and the artist community during the COVID-19 Crisis. We have been collecting resources for members of our community affected by the current economic struggles and global uncertainty.
We have been collecting a list of resources available for artists and art companies to help our community navigate these difficult times. If you know of any additional resources available to our community, please leave a comment or reach out to us at email@example.com.
Below is the text of an open letter from a group of Atlanta theatres, including Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre, which was published by Atlanta InTown Paper. We’d like to share it with you as we all navigate this difficult time together.
True Colors Theatre would like to acknowledge that the land on which we operate and perform is the traditional and ancestral land of the Creek and Muscogee Peoples. We honor this and pay our respect to elders both past and present. Learn more about Honoring Native Lands and Peoples at https://native-land.ca/ and https://usdac.us/nativeland.
Attention: All patrons ages 12 and older must pass the COVID-19 Admissions Screening before entering the theatre, which includes a temperature check, short questionnaire, and review of the following items:
Face Masks covering your nose and mouth
Valid Photo ID
COVID-19 Vaccination Card that shows COMPLETE vaccination, with 2nd shot at least 14 days prior to showtime – or –
Negative COVID test result (issued within the last 72 hours)
If you do not arrive with the proper credentials, you will be asked to contact the box office off site for an exchange to an alternate showtime.