Planning your Visit
When Should I Arrive At The Theatre?
We recommend you arrive 30 minutes prior to curtain. Performances begin promptly. Latecomers will be seated at the House Manager’s discretion and you may have to watch on a video monitor in the lobby until intermission.
Cinnabar Theater offers accessible parking and wheelchair ramps. Wheelchair spaces in the theater can be purchased with up to one companion seat. Patrons who purchase a wheelchair space must have their own wheelchair or walker to sit in for the duration of the performance. Companion seats may not be purchased without also purchasing a wheelchair space.
Cinnabar Theater Administrative Offices
3333 Petaluma Blvd. N, Petaluma, CA 94952
(This is also the mailing address)
Phone: 707-763-8920 Box Office line
Box Office Hours: Friday 10am to 2pm
Open an hour before performances.
Parking is available at no charge to you, right on the theater property.
Can I Bring Children To The Theatre?
We love introducing young people to live theatre! However, some of our productions include mature subject matter and/or language that may be inappropriate for children. Give us a call and we’ll be happy to detail the content of our shows—adults are ultimately the best judge of what is right for the young ones in their charge. No babes in arms. Because of CoVid this year we are not allowing anyone under 12 in to see a professional show.
Cinnabar does not have a dress code. We like you just the way you are! We do ask that you consider going without when it comes to wearing perfumes or colognes, as some people around you might be sensitive to strong smells.
To food or not to food?
Since the sound of food wrappers and chomping can be disruptive to other people in the theatre, we ask that you don't bring in any food. (Not to mention stains can be a pain to get out of those theatre seats!) You're more than welcome to bring in water as long as it's in a container with a lid.
The CinnaBar is open an hour before the performance and during intermission. You can purchase wine, beer & cocktails, water, coffee, tea & various yummy snacks!
Recording of Productions
Much like how you would not pirate a movie by recording it in the movie theatre, we ask that you not record any of our productions. Not only is it disruptive to the other people around you, but there are plenty of legal reasons why not to as well.
Cellphones. Not even once.
Please keep your cellphone off during all performances. We promise that no text message you get will be nearly as exciting as the show we are putting on for you!
What Happens If A Show Is Canceled Or Postponed?
Because vaccines are now available, we do not anticipate we’ll be faced with the closures we experienced last year. We will comply with all local requirements for public assembly, but we intend to deliver 6 live shows to our patrons no matter when they fall. If we need to postpone a production, we will automatically move your tickets to a comparable date within the new run of the show. If you need to exchange your tickets within that run, you can do so at no additional cost.
What Measures Will You Take To Keep Audiences Safe?
Cinnabar Theater will comply with all local requirements for public assembly and with CDC recommendations that pertain to areas of public assembly. Our top priority is to ensure you feel safe and comfortable in our home. These safety guidelines, last updated June 2021, are subject to further updates and changes, including any new safety precautions mandated by the state and the Sonoma County Public Health Division.
- All patrons will be required to wear face masks in all areas of the theater and throughout the performances.
- We are ensuring our theatres’ ventilation systems are up to the recommended standard for COVID-19 protection.
- Per California state guidelines, proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 48 hours will be required upon entering our premises.
- All theater seats will be available for patrons and will not be spaced out.
We are being flexible and accommodating to changing guidelines and will communicate these to our patrons, as we learn of them.
Thank you for your patience as we get through this experience together!