Tybee Post Theater to remain dark through February

As most of you know, the Tybee Post Theater has made the difficult decision to remain dark at least through the end of February.
With the pandemic still prevalent and the state of Georgia’s ongoing occupancy restrictions on large gatherings, we decided the best course of action — for now — is to keep the Theater closed. We will continue to reschedule the concerts already on our programming calendar for the next couple of months and notify ticket holders of the new dates as we confirm them. All tickets and seat selections will be valid for the new dates.
But rest assured, we will reopen the Theater just as soon as it is we feel it is safe to do so. The health and safety of our staff, volunteers, patrons and performers is our first priority.
And we will continue to enhance our health and safety protocols during this intermission. Most importantly, we’ve installed a new high-tech air filtration system in the Theater that will kill bacteria, viruses and other pathogens. This IWave system, installed by Savannah’s Air-Therm Co., uses bi-polar ionization to inactivate viruses.
Other safety procedures you’ll find when we reopen include:
  • Touch-free hand sanitizer stations will be available at the box office, as well as in the lobby and auditorium
  • High-touch areas, such as counter tops and door handles, will be sanitized during the shows
  • The auditorium will be disinfected with a fogger between every event
  • Contactless ticketing and payment options will be available.