TICKETS

Online ticket sales have ended

Tickets are available 20 minutes prior to every show for cash or Venmo only. 

Limited availability Sunday, 10/23 and Friday, 10/28

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TICKETING - MORE INFO

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS;

How much are tickets and which should I get?  New this year, we have three tiers of tickets:

1. Premium seating

These are reserved seats in the first three rows. Best for those who; want a great view, wish to take pictures or video or who have a large party that want to be seated together. Must be purchased in advance

2. General Admission 

This is first come, first served seating in the main section of the theater. These can be purchased online or for cash or check only at the door.  

3. Subsidized seating

For families who are facing financial hardship, we are proud to offer subsidized seating. One $20 ticket admits up to four family members. Must be purchased in advance. Seats will be assigned by the usher at the door. 

Do parents need a ticket to see the show?

Everyone who needs a seat for the performance needs a ticket to the show. Toddlers and babies who will sit on an adult's lap do not need a ticket. ​


​Why do parents have to purchase tickets?

The registration fee covers class and instructor time over the course of the rehearsal period, the script, and participation in the program. Ticket fees help to cover the costs of putting on a production such as theater rental, professional light and sound technicians, costumes and all the other elements that go into a full scale performance. Just like if your child takes dance lessons, you would pay for the dance lessons, and then pay separately for tickets to the recital (and often again for costumes, production fees, annual fees and photos, too).  


Do I have to come see both performances my child is in?

No. In fact, you don't even have to attend at all, although that would be disappointing for your performer. We recommend:


1.  Seeing both if you can, as it is a live show and every performance will be slightly different.   or,


2. Having at least someone in the audience for each performance your child is in. For instance, a parent one day and a grandparent the next. It tends to make performs sad if they don't have any family or friends in the audience, and that is the last thing we want!


Is there a limit on how many people can attend?

There is no limit to how many tickets each family can purchase. The theater seats 220 people, our audiences are typically in the 100-150 range and occasionally sell out. 


What covid protocols are you following?

At this time, do not have any Covid requirements of our audience. Cast and audience members may wear a mask if they choose to, and we have a section of the theater reserved for those who wish to be socially distanced.

I can't come to the performance. May I watch a dress rehearsal?

Unfortunately, no. This is a stipulation in most theater contracts. Rehearsals are not designed to be watched by an audience, but rather are a time when cast and crew can work out all the kinks before we present for you!


What if my child can't come to both performances?

That happens! Kids get sick, have conflicts, etc. And that is ok. Part of the reason we hold two per cast is to provide two opportunities to perform, in case someone has a conflict with a performance. We have understudies and doubles ready just in case and always make it work. 


​​We purchased tickets for the wrong performance, have too many tickets or can't use all the tickets we have. What should we do?

Tickets may be transferred to a different performance. Let us know which you'd like to see, as long as seats are available.  We are unable to refund surplus tickets.