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TICKET POLICIES AND THEATRE ETUQUETE
Ticket sales are conveniently handled Online -- 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Please take note of the following policies regarding ticket sales, theatre etiquette and photography.
IMPORTANT TICKET POLICIES
Ticket sales are conveniently handled Online through Paypal -- a third party – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Tickets may be picked up at Will-Call starting one hour before the performance.
• ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. NO EXCHANGES. SORRY, NO EXCEPTIONS!
• Seating is General Admission: First Come/First Served. Saving seats for latecomers is not allowed nor is it fair to those who arrived early and on-time.
• No Babes-in-arms. Everyone attending a performance, no matter his or her size or age -- must have a paid ticket.
• No duplication for lost or stolen tickets.
• It is best to know exactly what you want BEFORE logging on to purchase tickets.
When taking a long to purchase tickets, the "system" may automatically log off and everything will be lost.
• Wheelchair seating is available.
• Online ticket sales stop at 3:00 pm -- the day before the performance.
• Ticket Sales and Will-Call open one before curtain.
OUT OF KINDNESS AND COURTESY FOR OTHERS - BESIDES BEING ON TIME -THIS IS FOR YOUR COMFORT AND YOUR SAFETY
...AND THE SAFETY OF THE PERFORMERS ON STAGE:
• Performances start -- ON TIME
There is no such thing as fashionably late, when attending a performance.
ALL Reservations are held until curtain.
Latecomers will be seated in the back of the theatre as to not disturb and impose upon other patrons who arrived early and on time.
At intermission, latecomers may then take their assigned seats.
• Flash photography, videotaping and/or the use of recording devices of any kind (including cell phone cameras) is strictly prohibited.
Anyone caught using a camera may asked to leave the theatre.
However, photographs and DVD's can be purchased a few weeks after production.
• Do not bring or use an ipad, “tablet” or gaming devise in the theatre.
If one feels using a device like this is necessary to occupy a child's time, then maybe they are too young to bring to the theatre.
• COMPLETELY turn off your cell phones before the performance begins.
• No food or drinks in the theatre auditorium.
• Crying, unruly or loud children may be asked to leave the theatre.
• Remain in your seats until the auditorium lights are on.