Encore Series General Information
Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain time.
Wheelchair accessible areas are available in the Beach/Schmidt Performing Arts Center. Please let us know if you require seating in this area and if you want a seat for someone near you.
Individuals will not be seated after a performance begins except at appropriate times during the program. Latecomers will be asked to stand at the back of the hall or to sit in the unreserved seating section if space permits. This is to ensure the safety of latecomers, to be considerate of guests already seated and to preserve the artistic integrity of the performances.
Renewal Deadline: 2012-2013 Encore Series season ticket holders will need to submit their renewal orders by Aug. 24, 2012, in order to have first choice of seat locations before tickets are made available to new subscribers.
Student Rush: FHSU students may purchase individual tickets for half price on the night of the performance at the Sheridan Hall box office only. One ticket per show with Tiger Card.
A set of tickets is one ticket to each of the eight performances.
Payroll Deduction: Any FHSU employee may pay for season tickets with convenient payroll deductions (10 installments).
All pagers & cell phones must be turned off during all performances.
The use of cameras, flashes and recording devices during performances is strictly prohibited.
Plesae arrive on time, usually 15-30 minutes before the start of the performance, allowing enough time for trips to the restroom and reading the program. Latecomers disturb the patrons around them and will be seated during a suitable moment at the usher’s discretion.
Please remain in your seat during the performance. Use the restroom before the show and during the intermission.
NO FOOD OR DRINK IS ALLOWED IN THE THEATRE and may only be consumed in the lobby area.
Don't be afraid to laugh, applaud and show your appreciation for the actors' hard work.
Please remain in your seat until the curtain call is over and the house lights have come up.
Please observe the common sense rules of common courtesy. Be quiet during the performance, don't cut in line at the restroom and respect the theatre-going experience of everyone around you.