Arts & Humanities/Stocker Arts Center

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus are required to adhere to campus policies designed to ensure a clean, safe, healthy environment.  LCCC is requiring all students, faculty, staff, and members of the public who enter LCCC properties to wear a face covering (mask) which covers their mouth and nose; to be symptom-free of any illness; and to practice good hygiene by washing their hands regularly.

All performing students and community members are expected to adhere to these safety protocols.  These protocols are subject to change at any time. 

 

On-Campus protocols

  • Face Coverings. Everyone is required to wear a mask to enter buildings on campus. Face coverings must be worn the entire time you are inside a campus facility. We can provide you with a disposable mask for this purpose, if needed.  

 

Rehearsal Protocols

All students, faculty, and community members participating in Arts & Humanities ensembles or performing at Stocker Arts Center will adhere to the following safety protocols while in rehearsals:

  • Symptomatic individuals must stay home and not attend rehearsals
  • Symptomatic individuals should get tested for COVID-19
  • Directors and conductors will wear face coverings at all times
  • Musicians and performers will wear face coverings during indoor rehearsals
  • When possible, rehearsals will be conducted outside
  • Instruments and equipment will not be shared
  • Performers are responsible to clean and disinfect their own equipment
  • Performers may share music stands and chairs as needed

 

Performances

  • Symptomatic individuals will not participate in performances
  • Distance between performers while on stage is encouraged
  • Mask must be worn in all backstage areas, including the green room, other holding rooms, and dressing rooms
  • Masks must be worn when entering and exiting the stage
  • Directors and conductors will wear face coverings at all times
  • Those playing non-wind instrument will wear masks at all times
  • Performers may share music stands and chairs as needed
  • If necessary, to allow for projection and audience clarity, those playing wind instruments or singing MAY remove their masks for PERFORMANCE ONLY. They must enter the stage masked and put their masks back on when not performing on stage
  • We strongly recommend all performers that can wear masks onstage do so throughout the performance. Specialty masks are available for singers and those playing wind instruments that allow for masks to be worn while performing