Season Tickets

2017 Season Tickets

For 2017, we plan to have four major productions, starting with, Tuna Does Vegas, part of the Greater Tuna series by Joe Sears and Jaston Williams. We will then have the next show in the Verdeen cousins series by Jones, Hope, Wooten, called Last Round-up of the Guacamole Queens, which will be performed in late April. In the summer, we will feature our singers, with a musical revue featuring southern-style gospel music. To close the season, we will present Honeymoon at Graveside Manor, a hilarious comedy by Pat Cook. We will also continue with our Stage-One children’s theatre, and there will be two full-length children’s productions. In the summer we will present How I Met Your Mummy and the Christmas show will be a musical, Toy Camp, explaining how toys get ready to be the best toys they can be.

Season Ticket Holders will have preferred seating when reserved in advance. To reserve your seat, you will need to call, text, or e-mail your theatre representative, and a seat will be held for you on the night of the performance. Only the season ticket seat can be reserved, so if you are bringing others with you, we cannot guarantee a seat for them next to you. The only exception are Contributor’s Circle Members with Bring-a-Friend tickets. Seats will be assigned in the order the season tickets were purchased, so those who purchase season tickets first, will have highest priority in reserve seating.

This method of assigning reserved seating gives all season ticket holders the best chance at having the best seats in the house at any given performance, and minimizes leaving the best seats in the house empty.

Season Tickets are Available in 2 levels:

 

Platinum

Admission to the four “Main Stage” Productions, including Dinner Performances. Dinner is included in the price.

Tuna Does Vegas, Last Roundup of the Guacamole Queens, Gospel Music Review, Honeymoon at Graveside Manor

Admission to all Children’s Theatre Productions.

How I Met Your Mummy, Toy Camp

$100





Gold

 

Admission to the four “Main Stage” Productions, EXCLUDING Dinner Performances.   A surcharge of $15 may be paid if you would like to attend a dinner performance.

Tuna Does Vegas, Last Roundup of the Guacamole Queens, Gospel Music Review, Honeymoon at Graveside Manor

Admission to all Children’s Theatre Productions.

How I Met Your Mummy, Toy Camp

$54