Health and Safety

Updated September 2, 2021

When you are visiting Stocker Arts Center, please know that your health and safety are our primary concern. We are excited to have you here with us to enjoy all that we have to offer. Currently, due to the increasing cases of Covid-19, masks are required in all buildings on campus, regardless of vaccination status. This includes Stocker Arts Center. Your mask must cover your nose and mouth and is required to be worn at all times by patrons (including children 2 years and older), staff, and performers when not actively performing. We will have masks available in case you forget to bring yours. By wearing your mask, you are helping everyone stay safe while supporting our efforts to fully reopen for live performances and events.

We are constantly reviewing all the data and recommendations by the CDC and will make revisions to our policies as necessary to keep our community safe. There are no longer any social distancing mandates in place, so we will be ticketing events at full capacity. Concessions and coat check services will not be offered for most events.

We understand the concerns you may have as you consider buying tickets to future events and we want you to feel confident in your purchase. As your performance date approaches, if you or a member of your party are not feeling well or have concerns about attending a show, please contact our box office as early as possible before the show and we will review your options with you. 

Please note: All artists and dates are subject to change. The schedule is accurate as of print deadline. Please explore our website for complete descriptions of all events, films and gallery exhibitions, as well as for all updates.