Wednesday, January 26, 2022




Three Simple Ways we're keeping live theatre safe & easy in 2022



Dear Theatergoer,

Thank you for securing your tickets to join us for safe, live theatre in 2022! We've made some changes to prioritize your safety, comfort, and peace-of-mind, and we wanted to share them with you here!


 1. We've updated our vaccine policy with YOU in mind!


We and the NBPAC are following the same protocols as many professional theaters in New York and New Jersey to make your visit as comfortable as possible and have just updated our vaccination policies with YOUR safety in-mind!

Beginning March 1, 2022, all patrons attending a performance at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) must show proof of vaccination, including a booster if eligible. If not vaccinated, you have the option to present a Negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance date.

Masking is required, and KN95 or N95 masks are strongly recommended. 



"GSP managed safety of guests and we felt safe. Enjoyed the show and look forward to [the] next" - Audience Testimonial

"Experience Live theater again at George Street. Discover the intimacy of New Jersey theater...without having to travel to New York" - The Jewish Voice & Opinion


 2. We're still offering flexibility with your tickets!


Your ticket purchase is protected! If you do not feel well or cannot make it to the show, stay home with no loss of your ticket value! Simply call our Patron Services team at (732) 246-7717 to make us aware of your absence and discuss future ticket options. We want you here with us when you are ready to join us.


 3. We're still the George Street you love!


The work on our stage is still the same high-caliber theatre you have come to love from George Street Playhouse, and we're so glad you're joining us this year! We're still putting your comfort first, and together, we can all enjoy the arts in this new world.



Safe Live Theatre Returns to George Street


Open Captions, Audio Description, Assisted Listening, Braille Programs, Large Print Programs


Middlesex County: New Jersey State Council on the Arts; Discover Jersey Arts