COVID-19 Information

The Illinois Theatre Association has established the following safety protocols for the 2022 Festival:

  • All participants are expected to either have a negative COVID-19 test result 72 hours prior to attending or be fully vaccinated. Sponsors will be responsible for ensuring their participants they bring meet these expectations. Exhibitors and Workshop Leaders will need to speak with someone at the ITA table on arrival to check-in.
  • Face coverings are required indoors throughout Festival In accordance with the IDPH and State mandate.
  • Increased cleaning and sanitizing plans are in place.
  • Workshops that include hands-on face make-up are prohibited


COVID 19 Requirements for ISU Campus Facilities

  • Illinois State University cannot guarantee a risk-free environment.  The University has put in place recommended public health rules and precautions in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, which may be updated at any time. These rules and precautions are reasonable practices recommended by public health and professional organizations, and state and national health authorities, including but not limited to, the Centers for Disease Control, the Governor of the State of Illinois, and the Illinois Department of Public Health.
  • Facilities Policy:  While on campus or using a campus facility, all participants/attendees must agree that they are responsible for abiding by all university and facility specific recommended public health rules and precautions. ISU strongly encourages all participants/attendees interacting with campus community to obtain vaccination consistent with the State vaccination plan.  In addition, all participants/attendees also agree to follow any applicable COVID-19 safety requirements, guidelines, standards, and best practices issued by applicable local, state, and  federal authorities, including but not limited to, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Governor of the State of Illinois, and the Illinois Department of Public Health, the McLean County Health Department as well as Illinois State University.  Click here for more information and for the full guidelines and requirements.

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IHSTF-Executive Director Judy Klingner