Season ticket information
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Advance reservation privileges: A notice is sent two weeks prior to the opening of each of the five plays announcing the dates and instructions on box office times and methods of making reservations. We do not open reservations to the general public until the Monday prior to the opening night but members are allowed to make reservations for guests in their party. Members are asked to make reservations early to assure a place for the performance of your choice. Reservations are held until 10 minutes prior to curtain which is 7:30 p.m. for evening performances and 2:00 p.m. for matinees (currently only on Sunday). At that time those waiting to be seated are seated.
Entertainment at half the price of walk-in/non-member rates: Your membership is $50.00 per year plus $2.50 sales tax for a total of $52.50. Guests and non-members pay $16.00 per performance, making non-membership costs $80.00 for the season. Memberships make great gifts!
Reservations:Reservations may be made thru our website or by calling our box office at 985-876-4278. The phone is not always answered by our box office manager so please leave a message including the date you want reservations, number of reservations (member or non-member), contact phone number and email address. Please remember that reservations made by non-members are not available until the Monday before the show opens. Reservations are not final until confirmed by the box office and they will be confirmed by email if we have an email address for you. Otherwise they will be confirmed by phone. Our box office manager works tirelessly to make our patrons happy with reservations and accommodations.
For more information about season tickets, call the box office at 876-4278 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First come-first seated: Our doors open one hour prior to curtain and at that time you may sit any place in the theatre that is not reserved for accessibility reasons. Our theatre policy does not permit reserving the seat itself or saving a seat for persons not present in theatre. This has been the theatre policy for many years and has generally worked extremely well with all of our patrons. We appreciate the cooperation of all who help us when we are trying to seat members and guests while trying to begin the show on time.