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Health and safety

Proof of vaccination required

Last updated on January 19, 2022

Berkeley Rep is a vaccinated company, including staff, artists, and volunteers. All patrons must present a vaccination card, a photo of your card, or a digital vaccine record (e.g., with matching photo ID. Negative tests will not be allowed for entry. Masks must be worn at all times in all areas of the theatre and must cover the nose and mouth.

Per CDC guidance, we are expanding COVID protections to now include a booster requirement for those eligible, effective February 1, 2022. Additionally, we highly encourage the use of procedural masks (either alone or with a cloth mask on top) or higher grade N95 or KN95 masks for the utmost protection. Please avoid the use of cloth masks alone.

Additional safety measures below have been put into place with the aim to make your experience the most comfortable:

  • Rep 7-Play subscribers are the only package holders with the option to access season shows online if they determine they’d feel more comfortable staying at home, as a form of “digital insurance.”
  • We are ensuring our theatres’ ventilation systems are up to the recommended standard for COVID-19 protection.
  • We've hired a Director of Patron Experience and other paid staff to help enforce our safety guidelines.
  • We are accepting proof of Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. We are not able to accept the AstraZeneca vaccine at this time.

Ticket Exchanges

In light of Omicron, we are making some temporary changes to our exchange policies to better service our patrons.

For Swept AwayMike Birbiglia: The Old Man and the Pool, and Fran Lebowitz we are waiving the $15 exchange fees for all ticket buyers. Additionally, we will honor your tickets as an even exchange even if you opt to move to another performance date with a price difference.

All sales will continue to be final with no refunds.

We’re eager to help you!

Box office
Tue–Sun, noon–7pm
2025 Addison St, Berkeley CA 94704
510 647-2949

View seating charts

In the Peet’s Theatre no seat is more than 44 feet from the stage.
In the Roda Theatre the farthest seat is only 49 feet from the stage.

Photo by Kevin Berne/Berkeley Repertory Theatre

(l to r) Randy Harrison, Caldwell Tidicue, Benjamin T. Ismail, and Carmen Roman in Angels in America

Written by Tony Kushner | Directed by Tony Taccone | Scenic design by Takeshi Kata | Costume design by Montana Blanco | Lighting design by Jennifer Schriever | Sound design by Jake Rodriguez/Bray Poor | Projection design by Alexander V. Nichols | Composition by Andre Pluess | Fight direction by U. Jonathan Toppo | Flying by Flying By Foy | Special effects design by Jeremy Chernick

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