HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
Delaware Theatre Company requires patrons who attend our production of My Life on a Diet, April 6-April 17, to show proof of vaccination before entering the theatre or a negative COVID test within 48 hours before showtime. A matching photo ID must be shown as well. We also require everyone inside the building to properly wear masks over the nose and mouth at all times.
In My Life on a Diet, Academy Award–nominated and Emmy Award–winning writer and actress Renée Taylor looks back on a life full of memorable roles in Hollywood and on Broadway, and just as many fad diets. A self-described “diet junkie” who used to think that if she ate like star, she just might look and live like one, Renée dishes out juicy anecdotes about, and weight loss tips from, Hollywood legends such as Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe and Barbra Streisand. She also shares hilarious and poignant stories about Joseph Bologna, her partner in work and life for 52 years. In telling about her highs and lows—on and off the scale—this comedy legend proves that the ability to laugh gets you through it all.
HEALTH & SAFETY
DTC is committed to providing healthy facilities to ensure the safety of all actors, production staff, theatre employees and audience members. As public health conditions and state and federal guidance for performing arts and live entertainment change, DTC will remain flexible, adapting to applicable health and safety protocols at the time of performance. These protocols may include mask enforcement, proof of vaccination, negative test verification, and potentially more. Specific protocols are subject to change. DTC will clearly communicate protocols to ticket holders in advance of their performance.
DTC reserves the right to deny admission to the venue to anyone who does not comply with these protocols. We will not provide refunds in this case.