COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL
We require proof of FULL vaccination upon entry. Anyone without proof of vaccination will be denied entry. A photo OR the physical vaccination card is accepted.
Do not attend if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. Proof of full vaccination is required to enter the theater. Please present your vaccination card at the box office when entering. The name on the vaccination card must match the name on your ID.
There is risk of Covid-19 exposure in any venue. By entering the theater, you understand the risks associated with attending a show in an indoor theater. The CDC encourages wearing a mask indoors at all times.
We want to do everything we can to keep our students, performers and community healthy and comfortable. Because Covid-19 is an extremely contagious and potentially life threatening disease, we must require proof of vaccination when entering the theater.
The year was 2006. With a culture war raging and the conscience of a country at stake, one pseudonymous author stepped up to heal a nation the way only exceedingly bad gothic Harry Potter fanfiction could. By turns exceedingly vulgar, deeply cringeworthy, and indescribably confusing, “My Immortal” captured the anxious zeitgeist of the age in a way that no competently written or remotely sensical work ever could. Were we ever so young?
The year was 2020. With a culture war raging and the conscience of a country at stake, the denizens of Steel City Improv Theater stepped up to heal a nation the way only exceedingly bad gothic Harry Potter fanfiction could. By turns exceedingly attractive, deeply talented, and indescribably charismatic, these intrepid heroes penetrated the late-night depths of the SCIT Telethon to bring “My Immortal” to life like so much Evanescence.
The year is 2021. Halloween weekend. Live on stage. Fog machines and goffik makeup. “My Immortal” rises once more.