Beginning March 18, masks will be optional in studios, subject to teacher discretion. You can find out which classes require masks by referring to our schedule or asking Dance Center staff.
Out of care for our community of staff, teachers, and students, masks continue to be required for everyone in common areas of LINES Dance Center.
Alonzo King LINES Ballet requires proof of up-to-date vaccination against COVID-19 for everyone ages 12 and up—including a booster shot—for entry into the LINES Dance Center. All religious and medical exemptions must be approved by Human Resources prior to entry. Please reach out to Elizabeth Lopez, Director of Human Resources at email@example.com with documentation relating to religious or medical exemptions.
The current recommendation from the CDC is that people become eligible for boosters 2 months after the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccination, and 5 months after the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna. The CDC is also currently recommending that people who received any of the three basic vaccines receive a Pfizer or Moderna booster, and we encourage everyone to follow the CDC guidance.
We began a gradual reopening of our dance studios at 26 Seventh Street, San Francisco, on July 5, 2021. This process started with an initial schedule of limited-capacity in-person Dance Center classes, which grew to incorporate more offerings through the summer and fall. Please see below for a breakdown of our plans outlined by program.
LINES Dance Center’s Open Adult Classes: Following the updates from the CDC and the City of San Francisco, Beginning March 1st, we will open our in-person classes to full capacity. We will continue monitoring the situation ensuring the safety of our teachers, students, and staff. Hybrid and or fully online classes also continue. Please visit our Dance Center webpage for instructions on attending an in-person class.
Dance for Parkinson’s Disease: Currently offered free of charge virtually through Zoom.
LINES Ballet Training Ground: Registration is open for our Spring Season (March 14- May 27) with both in-person and online options.
LINES Ballet Training Program: Being held in-person for the 2021-22 year. Auditions for the 2022-2023 year are underway.
LINES Ballet BFA Program: Being held in-person for the 2021-22 year. Applications are open.
Teens at LINES: Our Teens Program is taking place in-person with three levels of training for ages 11-17. An online track is available for dancers who would like to study remotely. Registration is open!
Company Performances: The Company has returned to touring, with domestic performances starting in June 2021 and an international tour beginning in November 2021.
All of LINES Ballet’s onsite staff and teachers are fully vaccinated including a booster shot . We adhere to the following Onsite Safety Policies and we ask that all visitors do the same:
ONSITE SAFETY POLICIES:
– PROVIDE PROOF OF UP-TO-DATE FULL VACCINATION INCLUDING A BOOSTER SHOT (starting January 25, 2020) – All visitors are required to show proof of being fully vaccinated (“fully vaccinated” means two weeks after completion of the recommended vaccination series) in addition to a booster shot, along with a photo ID. Education and Community Program students should reference instructions provided by their respective program coordinators. Dance Center participants must provide proof of vaccination upon checking in for their activity at the Dance Center’s 5th floor front desk. Acceptable proof of vaccination includes the CDC vaccination card, a physical or digital copy or picture of that card, documentation from a healthcare provider, or a personal digital COVID-19 vaccine record issued by the State of California or by an approved private company. Once you have provided proof of vaccination to the Dance Center staff, you will not need to provide proof for future visits.
– WEAR A MASK AT ALL TIMES – All visitors must wear a mask securely over their nose and mouth while onsite. This is required regardless of vaccination status. Extra masks are available at the 5th floor Dance Center front desk and in all six studios.
– REDUCE CROWDING – Please arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to your class’s start time to aid the flow of traffic through the building. LINES Dance Center reserves the right to deny entry to any person who arrives late for a class. Please exit the building in a timely manner after your class ends.
– WASH YOUR HANDS – Wash your hands frequently with soap, or use hand sanitizer. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. If you travel to the building via public transportation, please sanitize your hands upon arrival.
– BE MINDFUL OF YOUR BELONGINGS – Please bring only what you need and can store in designated areas such as lockers and cubbies. Leave valuables at home. Please refrain from eating in the building.
– TRACK YOUR SYMPTOMS & EXPOSURE – For the most up-to-date information on exposure, quarantine and isolation, please reference the CDC’s website.
Visitors who do not adhere to these policies will be asked to leave the space. Our policies are subject to change based on guidance from the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Policies will be re-evaluated and adjusted as necessary on a regular cadence.
LINES Dance Center is taking many precautions to ensure a safe environment, including:
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26 Seventh Street, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA
Telephone: 415.863.3040 x221
The LINES Dance Center is located at Seventh & Market in the historic Odd Fellows building. It is less than a block from the Civic Center/UN Plaza BART and MUNI station and the many Market Street bus lines.
In May 2021, Mayor London Breed announced a “Mid-Market Vibrancy and Safety Plan”, which is aimed at creating a safer environment in our neighborhood. Currently in effect, this plan includes an increased police presence combined with community ambassadors to cover every block of the area from Powell Station (5th Street) to 8th Street on Market Street and adjacent areas just south of Market Street, UN Plaza, and the Tenderloin blocks bordered by Larkin Street and Eddy Street. For your safety, please continue to be alert and aware of your surroundings when traveling through the area.