UPDATED 9/16/2021 by our Board of Directors*


We Are Excited to Open Our Doors Again!
As we keep a close eye on the most recent Covid developments

If you are a current ticket holder for an event that was canceled or postponed due to COVID-19: we will be sending out emails and posting notifications on our website and Facebook and will honor all our obligations.  Please check our event page for our most current schedule!
Thank you for your patience in this process, as our staffing is limited. Hopefully, the most challenging times are behind us.

Below is a list of some of the actions that we’re taking as we prepare to welcome you back to the theatre, as well as some actions that you can take to further protect yourself.

Thank you for keeping the arts alive, and for believing in the power and strength of our community. We look forward to welcoming you back to the theatre when this intermission is over. If you have any questions, please call the Theatre Box Office at 740-371-5152.


The PBT Staff



Below is a revised set of policies that is part of a strategy to minimize the spread of COVID-19. Using guidelines from the CDC, WHO, ODH, and other public health officials, this list has been compiled in accordance with best practices from PBT’s network of performing arts presenters, historic theatres, and arts organizations. Please keep in mind that these policies may change based on the latest information available.



  • For everyone’s protection, mask-wearing is strongly encouraged regardless of vaccination status. Complimentary face coverings are available upon entry.
  • Signs will be posted at the front entrance notifying people that when they enter the theatre they will assume the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The signs will encourage all persons to wear a mask and social distance.
  • If you have COVID symptoms, caring for someone with COVID, etc. please stay home.



Do not attend an event if you are showing symptoms, have recently been sick, or have been exposed to someone who has.

Take standard precautions, such as frequent hand-washing, sneeze, and cough into the bend of your elbow, wearing a mask, and maintaining a distance of six feet from others while in the lobbies and common areas of the building.

Pay for tickets, concessions, and merchandise with a credit card.

Choose the option for “print at home” tickets when you purchase rather than picking up physical tickets at the box office or will call.

Arrive early to avoid larger crowds while entering the theatre and finding your seats.

If you have any questions, prior to visiting Peoples Bank Theatre, please call the Theatre Box Office at 740-371-5152.




By visiting Peoples Bank Theatre, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.

Thank you for helping to keep each other healthy and safe.