When do I get my Season Ticket? Season Tickets are mailed a few weeks before the opening show of the season. In the case of next season, look for your ticket in the mail sometime in the middle of August.
I have a Season Ticket; do I still need to make reservations for the shows? Yes. Your Season Ticket grants you five admissions. You need to call or stop by the Box Office, or use our handy on-line ticketing program (you will need your special access code if doing this during "Members Only" week) to make reservations for the specific performance you wish to attend.
When can I make reservations? The Box Office opens for Season Ticket holders to make reservations two weeks before the show's opening night. The Box Office is open weekdays from noon to 5:30 p.m. and two hours prior to performances.
Is the seating reserved, or can I just sit wherever I want? Seating for our regular productions is reserved. If you have a specific seating request, such as close to the front or on an aisle, please tell the Box Office when making your reservation.
What if I lose my Season Ticket, am I out of luck? If you lose track of your season ticket, don't worry you can still see the shows. Our Box Office system keeps track of all Season Ticket holders and can even tell you how many admissions (or punches) you have left.
I made a reservation, but now I can't make it to the show, what do I do? We understand that sometimes last minute things come up and patrons can't make their reservations. If this happens we ask for you to please call the theatre, if possible at least two hours before the show, to let us know. We will gladly change your reservation to another performance. Our computer automatically deducts your admission when you make your reservations, so we need you to call us to tell us if you won't make it so we can credit the admission back to your account. There is no charge for members to make a reservation change. That is one of the many benefits of your membership!
Why do you want me to cancel two hours before show time? Our shows often sell-out and there may be a waiting list of people wanting tickets. Two hours gives us time to contact those on the waiting list and for them to make plans to attend the show.
What's the difference between a Season Ticket holder and a First Nighter? First Nighters are Season Ticket holders who make an additional donation to the theatre. They receive several thank yous for their contribution, which is also a tax deduction. Click here to see a comparison of First Nighters and Season Ticket holders.
Do First Nighters have to come to the first performance of every show? Not at all. First Nighters are invited to a special reception prior to the opening night performance of the first show of the season. However, they can choose to attend any of the performances.
Do I have to come to every production? Of course we would like to see you at each production, but we understand that sometimes you can't make each show, or you may not be interested in seeing a particular production. That is why your season ticket grants you five admissions that can be used for ANY regular season show. So you can, in theory, use all of your admissions on one show, or bring friends to see a show with you.
Can I share my ticket? Yes, and in fact many people do. Just be sure that you say whose season ticket you are using when making your reservation.
If I don't use all my admissions during the season, do they roll over into the next season? No. Season tickets are only good for the season they are sold for and do not transfer into the next season.
When does the season run? Most theatre seasons run similar to a school year. Our season begins in the Fall and ends in the Summer.
How much money do I save buying a Season Ticket? You save as much as 30% buying a Season Ticket compared to purchasing tickets at the door for individual shows. Or you can look at this way, you are in effect getting one of the five shows for free when you buy a season ticket.
Is the Christmas show included with the Season Ticket? Our special Holiday production, this year "Miracle on 34th Street" is not included with the purchase of a season ticket. However, tickets go on sale for Season Ticket holders a week before they are available to the general public.
What other benefits are there to buying a season ticket? There are several benefits with a Season Ticket. You not only get five admissions and early reservation privileges, but you also receive our print newsletter "The Spotlight" that keeps you informed on activities at the theatre and reminds you to reserve your tickets for shows. Another perk is that you have a vote at the theatre's annual meeting. That means you get to help elect members to our Board of Directors, giving you control of YOUR community theatre! New in the 2012-2013 Season is a discount on class tuition and registration fees for you and your immediate family!