Q. Will you mail my tickets?
A.If your order is placed seven days or more prior to selected performance you will have the option to have your tickets mailed for a small fee. Otherwise, all orders are held at the box office in will-call.
Q. I have seats 8 and 10. Why aren't they together?
A. They are together, even number seats are on the right side of the house while odd numbered seats are on the left. Seats 1 and 2 are in the middle.
Q. Can I exchange my tickets to a different night?
A. Ticket exchange is a priviledge we hold exclusively for season ticket holders. Individual tickets can not be exchanged or refunded.
Q. Do you have handicap access?
A. Yes, we have a ramp entrance in the east side of our lobby and wheelchair spaces in the auditorium.
Q. What do I do about lost tickets?
A. Please notify the box office. Our ticketing system allows us to look up your order and replace tickets for season ticket holders, phone orders, and all credit cards orders.
The classic heartwarming story of a widowed Kansas farmer with two children who places an ad in the newspapers seeking a wife. He receives a response from a Sarah Wheaton of Maine who says she will visit the family for a month to see how things work out saying “I will come by train. I will wear a yellow bonnet. I am plain and tall." The joys and challenges of everyday life are richly depicted in this exquisite, sometimes painfully touching tale.
To book your school group, >>>CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD RESERVATION FORMS.
Online ticket sales begin September 22
We are able to seat 316 patrons in an intimate setting. Only 13 rows deep, the Playhouse had virtually no "bad" seats.
To view seating chart, >>>CLICK HERE
MAINSTAGE: Fri/Sat/Sun $22 Adult/Senior; $18 Student. Thu $20 Adult/Senior; $16 Student
JUNIOR PLAYHOUSE GENERAL PUBLIC*: $10 All ages
JUNIOR PLAYHOUSE SCHOOL GROUPS, >>>CLICK HERE
The Playhouse holds a STRICT policy of NO REFUNDS and NO EXCHANGES except for Season Ticket holders.
Season ticket holders may exchanges tickets by phone beginning three weeks before Opening Night, or in person 12 noon until 5:30 PM, Mondays through Fridays during performance weeks. Exchanges be made at least 24 hours in advance of the performance for which you hold tickets. (Sunday tickets must be exchanged by Friday). Also, please be prepared to tell the ticket agent your seat numbers.
The Playhouse reserves the right to hold Late-comer Patrons in the lobby until such time it is deemed that seating the patrons will be least disruptive. Accordingly, the late patrons will be seated in the rear of the auditorium until intermission when they may claim their assigned seats.
The Playhouse requires that everyone attending a performance must have a ticket or authorization for admittance, including children and youths. No children under the age of three will be admitted.
If you prefer to not purchase tickets online, you may do so via phone or in person at our box office. Phone Box office sales are available ONLY DURING WEEKS OF A PERFORMANCE. Online sales a available beginning two weeks prior to performances.
BOX OFFICE HOURS: 12 noon - 5:30 PM Monday-Saturday (only during performance weeks)
LOCATION: 27 E. Tennessee Avenue (NOTE: On weekends Box Office is located in Main Lobby of Playhouse)
ALL SEATING IS RESERVED.
We offer discounts for group orders of 11 or more.
Ticket orders for groups must be arranged via phone, beginning three weeks prior to the opening of a show, and paid for via credit card at the time the order is placed.
Groups of 11-19 will receive $1.00 off each ticket.
Groups of 20+ will receive $2.00 off each ticket.
Groups must reserve seating. Please call 865-482-9999
Groups are given block seating. Group rates do not apply to walk-ups at the time of the event.
To make arrangements, call 865.482.9999.
FOR SCHOOL GROUPS, >>>CLICK HERE
Season Tickets for 2014-2015 are no longer on sale.
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