Are sales final? Due to the nature of live performance and the fact that our production bills must be paid, all sales must be final. Checks payable to Bedford Drama. All “Supporting Cast” reserved tickets must be paid for by January 25.
Are there any discounts by age? No. All seats are $14. Group rates are available for groups of 20 or more. For information please email Mark Smith email@example.com
Are there group discounts? Group rates are available for groups of 20 or more. For information please Mark Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
How does WILL CALL work? Tickets held at Will Call can be picked up at the Bedford High School Box office starting 1 hour prior to show time the evening or afternoon of the performance. These reserved tickets must be picked up no later than 15 minutes prior to show time.
Is my seat reserved? All seating is reserved for the musical! Tickets selected to fill your order will always be “BEST AVAILABLE” at the time of the order. If you have other special needs, please let us know at the time of your order.
When do doors open? Doors open 30 minutes prior to show time for seating.
What time is the show? Evening curtain times are always 7:30 pm. Sunday afternoon matinee curtain time is always 2:00 pm.
What are the Box Office’s Hours? The Box Office opens one hour before curtain time and is also open during the school day. It’s located in the high school choir room.
Please print this and share with anyone who is joining you for a night.
The theater is not like anywhere else. When the audience laughs at jokes or applauds a great performance, the actors, dancers and singers hear it and know all their hard work was worth it. Unfortunately, the performers also hear other sounds — talking, ringing cell phones, crying children and the crinkling of candy wrappers. Did you know the actors can even see the light from your cell phone, iPhones, ipads when you write a text message? It’s true. All those distractions upset the actors’ performance and also disturb other audience members. That’s why we ask that you please follow a few simple ground rules:
1. Turn off all cell phones and other devices and leave them off throughout the show. 2. Resist the urge to talk — remember, the actors can hear you. 3. If you’re with young children who start to grow restless and noisy, take them out to the lobby. 4. If you have cough drops or other items that come in noisy wrappers, please open them before the show begins. 5. And if someone is bothering you, talk to one of our ushers — they’re ready to help. 6. Please keep your feet away from the seat in front of you. Meanwhile, make yourself comfortable, have a great time.
Don’t forget to help make theatrical magic happen — applaud when you see something you like!
Upcoming Events: May 27 - Drama Banquet - 6pm dinner & awards June 3 - Music Department Picnic - 4th hour June 9 - Last day of school