A Nightmare on Taylor Street: Wet & Screaming Saturday October 16 2021 at 7:30 PM PDT
Saturday October 16 2021
A Nightmare On Taylor Street: Wet & Screaming Good Luck Macbeth Theatre Company takes on another parody! This time we skewer Freddy and the famous A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. Our story follows Freddy Krueger on a hilariously bloody journey to get his groove back after his reign as the King of Nightmares becomes dull. Will Nancy and Jesse be able to thwart Freddy’s evil plans or will they be left wet and screaming?
Recommended ages: 18+ Trigger Warnings: Nightmares, murder, violence, sex, foul language, drug use, anatomical humor, blood, gore.
COVID-19 Protocols: If you are planning to join us at Good Luck Macbeth, please be aware MASKS ARE REQUIRED. In accordance with the Governor’s Emergency Directive 047, masks are required for ALL events happening in our theater. Per the directive, performers will not be masked while on stage for the performances; however, for the safety of our audience, volunteers, and performers, ALL OTHERS must be masked regardless of vaccination status.
We are beyond excited to welcome you all back to Good Luck Macbeth. It is our fervent desire to produce high-quality, impactful works of Art while establishing procedures to help mitigate the risk of exposure and transmission of COVID-19.
All patrons acknowledge that exposure to airborne pathogens such as COVID-19 is possible in any public space where other people are present and that by attending a performance on-site at Good Luck Macbeth, the patron assumes responsibility for any risks that might arise due to possible exposure.
Good Luck Macbeth will continue to follow local, state, and federal guidelines, and in addition, enact policies that feel are in the best interest when it comes to the health and safety of our staff, volunteers, creatives, and audiences. At the moment, all staff, volunteers, and audience members are required to wear masks the entire time that they are in the building, except when they are immediately eating or drinking. We have already required that all of our staff, volunteers, and creatives be fully vaccinated in order to work within the space.
As of October 1st, 2021. we are also requiring proof of vaccination, with a form of identification for verification processes, OR proof of a negative COVID test (either a PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance start time or an antigen test taken within 24 hours of the performance start time) for our audiences as well. We will accept tests from official testing facilities or at-home tests as well.
Audiences will need to either bring a physical copy of their vaccination card or a photo of your vaccination card. The completed date on the vaccination card will need to be at least two weeks prior to the performance date the patron is wishing to attend.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to fine-tune these protocols. We are not perfect and will certainly make mistakes, but we will try our hardest to ensure that your experience at Good Luck Macbeth is of the highest good, to the best of our ability.
Good Luck MacBeth
124 W Taylor Street
Reno NV 89509