Updated 8/11/2021

Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced a new statewide indoor mask requirement at a press conference today.

“It’s clear the current situation requires immediate action to stop the delta variant from spreading further,” she said.

The mask mandate begins Friday, August 13, 2021.

“Wearing a mask should give you confidence that you are not infecting others. Masks are also our best bet at keeping our schools and businesses open,” Brown said.

State Epidemiologist Dr. Dean Sidelinger continued to push Oregonians to get vaccinated. He said the evidence is clear that it prevents severe disease and hospitalizations.

“Several time throughout the pandemic, Oregonians stepped up collectively to change the tide. We have the chance to do it again,” Sidelinger said.

Oregon Health Authority Director Pat Allen said the delta variant makes people sicker and is causing overcrowding in the hospitals.

“The coming weeks will get worse if we don’t take immediate action,” Allen said.


Updated 8/4/2021

Patron, actor, volunteer and staff safety are a priority for Camelot Theatre. Due to the current COVID health situation audience members 12 years and older must present;
• Photo ID (for over 18+)
• Proof of full vaccination completed at least 14 days prior to the performance date,
• or, a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the performance time,
• or, a negative rapid antigen test taken within 6 hours.
A photocopy or digital photo is fine.

Children 11 and under do not need proof of vaccination.

Beginning August 4, all audience members must wear masks inside the theatre. Camelot can supply a mask if you do not have one.

As the situation changes Camelot Theatre will update Safety Requirements on its’ website and e-mail all guests with tickets regarding policy changes.

COVID-19 Cancellation Policy

The following options will be available for those who have already purchased tickets to performances:

Tickets are non-refundable, however, we will issue a credit voucher or exchange your tickets for a future poerformance.

Theatre Strong Donation*: This is the simplest way to help sustain Camelot at this difficult time. Donate the value of the tickets back to the Theatre, which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donating patrons will be acknowledged in all Theatre Strong recognitions.

Exchange: Exchange your tickets for another performance. All exchanges are based on the value of your original tickets.

Credit: Receive a ticket credit for the original value of the performance tickets. This credit never expires.

We appreciate your patronage, support and understanding during this time.

Stay healthy and safe and lets keep Camelot Strong!

*Camelot Theatre is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Patrons who choose to donate the value of their tickets will be provided with a receipt for tax purposes.

At Camelot we believe that diversity and inclusion make us stronger and enrich all of our lives. Diversity means inviting new people of different cultures, color, sexual orientation, etc., to the party...inclusion means asking them to dance. As Maya Angelou wrote: “We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal ....”

Camelot Theatre is a non-profit public charity as outlined in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Federal Business ID 93-0818429.