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Covid Protocols for the 2022 Show

Dear Magic Moments Community,

We are thrilled with the opportunity to return in 2022 for another year of our beloved production,
but we recognize that the world is a different place than it was the last time we were all together.
Safety is the number one priority for Magic Moments and with the size of our cast and crew as well
as the vulnerability of some of our performers, the Board of Directors and Production Staff have
reviewed state and local recommendations to create the safest COVID-19 policy we possibly can.
These safety protocols are consistent with other theaters in the Denver metro area and across the
country. We hope that by implementing these extraordinary measures, we will be part of the global
effort to slow down the spread of the virus in the future.

Participants

In accordance with Colorado State, Jefferson and Arapahoe Counties and CDC recommendations, we
will require all staff, actors, musicians, crew, and volunteers, 12 and older, to be fully vaccinated
against COVID-19 before attending rehearsals at Waterstone Church and performances at Littleton
High School. In addition, following suit with the major theatres around the city, state, and country,
we will now require proof of vaccination. This is for the safety of our cast, crew, staff and volunteers.

Accommodations are still being considered for potential exemptions (i.e. those with a medical
condition that prevents vaccination). Details about accommodations, along with the process to verify
vaccine information, will be announced by October.

During rehearsals, masks are required for all Staff, Actors, Crew, and Volunteers except during a
break while eating a snack in designated areas only. Food and beverages will not be permitted inside
the rehearsal spaces.

In rehearsals, actors who are currently singing/speaking may remove their mask but maintain a
minimum distance of 6 feet from anyone not currently “on stage”. All those not actively “on stage”
rehearsing must continue to wear a mask at all times and maintain a space of 6 feet from the “stage
area”.

The COVID Protocols for those actors 12 and under are currently under review.

Unlike previous years, this year all Magic Moments’ rehearsals will be closed to anyone not directly
needed for rehearsals.

Performance Protocols Statement

The COVID Protocols for Tech Week and Performances for all cast, crew, staff, and backstage
volunteers will be clarified as we get closer to those dates. These will be in accordance not only with
the state, county, and CDC recommendations but also with those of the Littleton Public School
District as the owners of the venue in which we will perform.

Health and safety measures are subject to change – so please check our website for updates before
you attend any rehearsals.

Patrons

In accordance with Colorado State, Jefferson and Arapahoe Counties and CDC recommendations we
will require all patrons, 12 and older, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before attending
performances at Littleton High School. In addition, following suit with the major theatres around the
city, state, and country, we will now require proof of vaccination before entering the theater. Those
who are unable to receive the vaccination (for example, children under the age of 12) must instead
provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of your performance start time.
Masks are required for all audience members two and older and will be available upon request of
ushers and security personnel. Audience members must wear masks unless enjoying refreshments in
designated areas. Food and beverages will not be permitted inside the theatre.

This is for the safety of our audience as well as our cast, crew, staff and volunteers.

Health and safety measures are subject to change – so please check our website for updates before
you attend our performances.

Thank you-

Ted Kuenz, Board President
KQ Quintana, Artistic Director
The Board of Directors

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Coming Soon: COVID-19 Protocol Announcement

We are all very excited to get back to our normal lives and activities, especially the return of the Magic Moments annual production! We expect there to be a 2022 show, and information about auditions and dates should be coming out in the next few months. As part of our preparation for the return of our beloved show, the Production Team and the Board of Directors are in discussions about what COVID-19 protocols we should put in place to keep our actors, staff, and other participants safe and healthy. No decisions have been made yet about what the protocols will be. Please keep an eye on our website for additional information and announcements about our plans for a safe and fun 2022 production.

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Golf Fundraiser on Aug 15th 2021 at Wellshire Golf Course

WE ARE MAXED OUT OF GOLFERS!!! YAY

Magic Moments is pleased to announce that we will be running a golf fundraiser on Sunday August 15th 2021. Donations are still much appreciated please click here.

The fundraiser will take place at the Wellshire Golf Course with an 7:30AM shotgun start.

Check in for the event begins at 7am and we will be running in a 4 person team scramble format.

If you can’t make your own team of four please let us know when you sign up so we can group you together with other small groups.

The cost is $100 per person and includes golf, carts, lunch, and prizes

Feel free to print and share our flyer with anyone you think might be interested in participating.

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The State of the Union, Magic Moments Style

Hello Magic Moments community! I know this is probably a long time coming, but first and foremost I wanted to send out a big THANK YOU to our community at large for their tremendous support during these unprecedented times! The continued support we have shown each other through social media and other forms of communication has been great. Not knowing exactly what the future holds, I felt now would be a good time to let everyone know the state of Magic Moments and how we are planning to weather the storm.

As of this writing, Magic Moments is still a solvent and operating Non-Profit business. While we do have some cash reserves, not being able to have performances last year severely impacted our bottom line. We were blessed by many contributions of ticket sales that helped keep things going. It is doubtful that a show will be possible this year, but the board is looking into other events that can keep our community together and active. More on that will follow as plans solidify.

In the meantime, the best thing we can do is stay positive, stay in touch, and do our best to keep going until we get through this epic pandemic that has been felt especially in the arts community. Fundraising will be the best thing we can do to be sure we are in a good financial position once things turn around. If you have any suggestions or ideas please let us know, talk to your companies about sponsorship, or maybe discuss gifting within your families. According to Philanthropy News Digest about a third of nonprofits are expected to close within the year, we will work hard not to be in that category!

Much love to you all and hope to see you soon!

Ted Kuenz
President Magic Moments Inc.