WWU play tickets available online for more convenience

 

Theatre patrons, including students, faculty and staff, can
now order tickets online for all William Woods University theatre productions.

“We have updated our ticketing system for the
convenience of our patrons,” Joe Potter, artistic director of theatre,
said.
 
To use the online ordering system, go to williamwoods.edu/academics/art.asp.
Click on the box that says “WWU Theatre Box Office” and follow the
instructions. Payment can be made by credit or debit card. Ticket orders must
be completed within a 10-minute time limit. 
 
“As a department, we felt it was necessary to move into
the 21st century with the online ticketing system,” Michael J. Dodson, graduate
assistant in theatre, said.  “This allowed us to add credit/debit card
payment options. With technology advancing every day, it only makes sense
to bring the box office to patrons who can purchase tickets from the comfort
and convenience of their own home.” 
 
According to Dodson, having the box office online is a more
convenient way to order tickets, but they can still be reserved by calling the
box office at (573) 592-4267 and picking them up the night of the performance.
Payment at the door can be by check, cash or credit/debit card.
 
This season offers something for everyone – “The Drowsy
Chaperone” (musical comedy), “Amadeus” (drama), “The Musical Comedy Murders of
1940” (comedy), and “Our Town” (classical drama).

Patrons who buy season tickets basically get to see all four
shows for the price of three. That’s a savings of 20 percent. To buy season
tickets, call Joe Potter at 592-4281. Reservations will be made via the box
office staff as in the past.
                                                           
Season ticket prices are $40 for adults, $29 for WWU
faculty/staff/students, $34 for senior citizens (62+) and $22 for children
(6-12). Season tickets are on sale until the last performance of the Drowsy
Chaperone.
 
The Drowsy Chaperone opens Thursday, Oct. 6, and runs Oct 6,
7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m., with a matinee on Sunday, Oct. 9, at 2 p.m. in Cutlip
Auditorium. Single ticket prices for “The Drowsy Chaperone” are $14 for adults,
$12 for WWU faculty/staff/students, $12 for senior citizens (62+) and $10 for
children (6-12).