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All it takes to become a member of Theatre 98 is buying a season ticket. Members have the first opportunity for their choice of seats and performance nights, and can vote in Theatre 98 elections, as well as enjoying a savings of $13 over the cost of single ticket admissions. As a member you are guaranteed the same seat on the same night all season long, but have complete flexibility to change your night to a different one for any given production–all it takes is a phone call to the box office. Season tickets make wonderful presents!
2017 Season Tickets are available online on December 1. Call 928-4366 and leave a message with your mailing address to receive a copy of our brochure and order form.
Season Ticket: $62 (for our 4-play season)
Student Season Ticket: $44
Single admission: $18. ($20 for musicals)
Student single admission: $12 ($14. for musicals)
The box office hours are Monday-Thursday 6:30-7:30 the week prior to opening night, and for every performance. To make a phone reservation, please leave a message with an evening phone number on the theatre voicemail (251-928-4366) and our box office members will confirm your request. Because seating at our theater is limited, we ask that you pay for your ticket within 24 hours of making the reservation. You are welcome to pay over the phone with a credit card.
Our theater is small, and frequently more people wish to see a play than we have seats. If you are unable to attend a performance, please call the box office to let us know. Seats unclaimed by ten minutes before performance time may be sold. If you are running a little late, call the box office and we will hold your seat until curtain. Patrons who arrive after the performance begins will not be seated.
Our productions often sell out, but because of last-minute cancellations and no-shows, we always have some seats available for stand-by patrons. Come to the theater at least half an hour before curtain and put your name on the stand-by list. The earlier you come, the higher your name will be on the list. Patrons who come on stand-by the first weekend almost always are seated, and most (if not all) second- and third-week stand-by patrons also are able to get in.