Audiences must conduct themselves appropriately. Proper conduct as a respectful audience member includes:
- turning off all electronic devices. The use of any recording device is strictly prohibited. This applies to audio and video recording.
- being quiet. Please do not talk, shout out, or make noise.
- Only bottled water may be brought into the theater
- refraining from putting feet on the back of the seats or crawling over seats
- no texting inside the theater
We ask audiences to remain for performances in their entirety. Students gain experience when performing to an audience. Leaving early also distracts the performers and other audience members.
Box Office and Ticketing Policy
Typically tickets go on sale at least four weeks before a performance and are removed from the online store two days before the performance.
The School Store cannot process credit cards. Credit Cards may be processed for online sales only. Online credit card orders incur a processing fee charged by the credit card company.
Tickets to performances produced by the PA are not sold in the School Store or on the school’s website.
Ticket information and performance dates are listed on the school website.
There are no phone orders. Please call for hours and to verify the store is open on any given day.
There is no guarantee that the School Store will be open to sell tickets on the day or days leading up to an event, so buy your tickets early.
No 'rainchecks' will be issued honoring the advance price in the event the School Store is closed.
Advance sales will cease no later than 4:15 PM on the Friday preceding weekend performances. In order to guarantee seating and the advance price, you should always purchase your tickets as early as possible.
The Box Office opens one hour before a performance to sell tickets and for will call.
Unpaid tickets being held at WIll Call will be released for sale to the general public ½ hour before each performance.
There are no refunds or exchanges.
Each guest requires a ticket.
Blackout/Preview Assembly Performance Policy
A "blackout" is a day where students are excused from attending classes in order to prepare for an upcoming performance.
Students are still marked absent from their missed classes. This is because they are absent. The teacher holding the blackout takes attendance. The Attendance Office codes a blackout as an excused absence.
Students may not leave the building for lunch during the school day when on a blackout. A Parent/Guardian Consent Form must be used if students on a break can leave the building and return.
Students on blackout for preview assemblies are excused from class only for the periods specified for that day. Teachers are to allow students who participate in blackout/preview days to make up all missed work/exams.
All Blackout days appear on the school calendar at the beginning of the school year. Club and PA activities are not eligible for Blackout days.