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Coronavirus FAQ for Front Porch Improv

Is Front Porch cancelling shows because of coronavirus?

Front Porch plans to continue our regularly-scheduled improv comedy shows at the theatre. We will monitor announcements from the Chatham County Board of Health and update our schedule as needed. Up-to-date information on possible coronavirus on our regularly-scheduled programming will be available on our website and social media. Should we have to cancel shows, we will notify existing ticket buyers immediately and refunds will be issued.

What is Front Porch Improv doing to prevent the spread of coronavirus?

To protect our patrons, performers, and staff, we have implemented frequent cleanings with products designed to sanitize and kill viruses and other pathogens. This new cleaning protocol includes persistent wiping down of commonly-touched surfaces and spraying down all seating areas and bathrooms with sanitizing spray. Antibacterial hand soap and sanitizing hand gel will be available throughout our facility. Following CDC guidelines, FPI is using products with at least 60% isopropyl alcohol to ensure proper sanitation.

I bought a ticket to see a show and now am sick. What do I do?

Please stay home if you are unwell! Please email us at and we will exchange your ticket for a future show of your choosing. If you miss a show without notifying us beforehand, we will not be able to issue an exchange. If any show is cancelled, refunds will be made automatically. Any changes will be posted to our website and social media channels as soon as information is available.

Anything other thoughts to share?

As a small business focused on bringing the Savannah community together to enjoy the arts and laugh a lot, the health and safety of our audiences, artists, and staff are always a top priority. Staying safe, calm, healthy, and supportive is our goal.


Bri, Dan, Dolly, John and the Entire FPI Family

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