On weekends and evenings, parking is available in the lot directly across the street from the theatre. During the day, on street parking is available.
The lobby entrance opens 1 hour prior to each show. The theatre doors open 30 minutes before each show.
The box office is open up to 1 hour prior to each performance and remains open until 15 minutes after the show has started. At that point, the box office closes.
No, the only tickets that may be purchased in person on performance days are tickets for the performance happening that day/night.
All sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges. However, in special circumstances, it may be possible to do a ticket exchange for an additional fee of $3 per ticket, depending on the circumstance. Any ticket exchange must be done in person at the box office (tickets being exchanged must be brought with you). Refunds are not offered to anyone under any circumstance unless the show/event is cancelled.
Spiritz bar is located in the basement of the theatre. To access it from outside, use the entrance on the left side of the building.
Spiritz is not open during family events such as dance recitals, family theatre, and high school musicals. During all other events, Spiritz is open up to 1 hour prior to the performance as well as during intermission. Occasionally, Spiritz is kept open during the entire show, depending on the performance.
Yes, we have 2 wheelchair spaces with a companion seat next to them. We also have designated handicapped seating with flip up armrests. Accessible seating tickets can be purchased by calling the box office or in person during regular box office hours.
Yes, patrons utilizing handicapped seating may use the entrance to the left side of the building.
Yes, concessions are available up to 1 hour prior to each performance as well as during intermission.
No, the balcony can only be accessed using the stairs.
Obstructed view seats are seats with a pole/pillar or box seat in front of them that obstructs/blocks some of the view of the stage.
Appropriate attire depends on the show, but a good general rule of thumb is to dress “business casual” for the vast majority of events that occur at the theatre.