COVID-19 Policies

Updated Monday, June 27, 2022

We're so happy to welcome you back to the Rozsa.

Our vibrant and connected community is built on people gathering, in person and in real-time. We are grateful to offer in-person programming by utilizing the following features and practices at our facility during public events in the James and Margaret Black Performance Hall, McArdle Theatre, and the Rozsa Galleries:

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Masks worn over the nose and mouth are highly recommended for all volunteers and audience members at Rozsa events.


See the Rozsa COVID-19 Policy FAQ for more information. 

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Health Self-Check

Visitors experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 should not attend events at the Rozsa Center. 

See Symptoms of COVID-19


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Most of the 2021-22 Season events have general admission seating to allow for patrons to social distance at will. General admission seating will also allow us to quickly and easily respond to distanced seating requirements sanctioned by the University, State, or Federal government.

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Additional Health Measures

Hand sanitizer, masks, and tissues are readily available throughout the Rozsa Center lobby.

Frequently Asked Questions


Questions or comments?