First Time Visitors
- Is it your first time at the theatre? Welcome! We can’t wait to have you join us. Live performances are an inspiring, riveting experience. For some, that can be intimidating. We hope this section provides you with answers to commonly asked questions but don’t hesitate to contact us if you need anything further.
- Start times: Out of respect for the audience, we strive to start shows on time. The starting time is often referred to as the “curtain.” We urge our audience to arrive at least a few minutes before curtain to allow time to find your seats and get comfortable. Arriving late may mean disrupting the rest of the audience because our ushers must use flashlights to safely guide you to your seats. You may also be asked to sit in another location until intermission to avoid disturbing others. You’re welcome to arrive 30 minutes early and enjoy our lobby where we sometimes have concessions available for purchase.
- What should I wear? Wear what makes you comfortable. There is no dress code aside from generally appropriate public attire.
- Can I bring drinks or snacks into the theatre? Few things are as distracting as the noise from a candy wrapper or a spilled drink making the floor sticky. This is why we ask that you finish your concessions in the lobby, although bottled water is acceptable inside the theatre.
- Can I take photos or record video/audio of the show? Elements of the show may be copyrighted, so it’s illegal to photograph or film the show. A more significant reason we ask you to refrain from taking pictures or filming the show is that it’s very disruptive to your fellow audience members. The glow of a camera dramatically lights up the theatre. However, we encourage you to take photos before the show, at intermission, or afterward and share your experience on social media. Be sure to tag us
- What about my cell phone? A ringing or the glow of a cell phone screen takes the audience (and the performers) out of the show. Please turn your phone to airplane or silent mode or, even better, off, so that everyone can enjoy the show.
- If I enjoy the show, what’s next? We’re thrilled you enjoyed the show! The best thing you can do is tell your friends about your experience. Word of mouth is the number one way people learn about us, so telling others how much you enjoyed yourself is truly appreciated. Share your experience on your favorite social media site, call a friend, or tell your colleagues at work.