To protect the health and safety of patrons, performers, volunteers, and staff, the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) is following all requirements from public health officials.
Face Coverings Optional
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health strongly recommends, but does not require, that everyone wear a face covering when they are inside the CCPA. Everyone will also be required to comply with any additional public health mandates at the time of the event. When attending an indoor event in close contact with people who may not be vaccinated, Public Health recommends wearing a higher level of protection, such as two masks or a respirator (KN95 or N95). Children under the age of 2; people who cannot safely wear a mask, such as someone who is unable to remove a mask without help; and anyone instructed not to wear a mask by their medical provider should not wear a mask.
Additional Safety Measures
The CCPA’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system has been upgraded with MERV13 filters. In addition to the usual thorough cleaning processes, high-touch areas in the CCPA are disinfected before each performance and during intermission. Hands-free hand sanitizer dispensers are available to patrons at each entrance to the CCPA. Staff and volunteers have been advised to stay home if they are not feeling well. If you do not feel well, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been in contact with an infected person within 10 days prior to the performance, please stay home and contact the Ticket Office for a refund or exchange.
The CCPA will continue to carefully monitor the health and safety protocols recommended by public health agencies and adjust practices as necessary to protect patrons, performers, volunteers, and staff. The CCPA reserves the right to alter safety protocols at any time at its sole discretion as deemed appropriate. Public Health states there is a risk of COVID-19 exposure when attending large, crowed events where the vaccine status of other attendees may be unknown. There is also a risk for people who may not currently be eligible for vaccination or may be immunocompromised and whose vaccine protection may be incomplete. By visiting the CCPA, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.