Information for our PatronsWe thank you in advance for your flexibility during this time so that we can engage in practices that are reasonable under the current circumstances. We are using many of the suggestions in the Event Safety Alliances' Reopening Guide as well as CDC guidelines for the safety of our staff, cast and patrons.
Seating will be spaced apart for social distancing. All audience members will be required to wear masks over their nose and mouth at all times and will be temperature screened with touchless thermometers before entering. If any audience members are experiencing symptoms, are unwilling to wear a mask, and/or have a temperature of above 100.4, they will not be permitted into the theater and we will issue them a refund.
After the show, patrons will exit the auditorium by row and section as directed by the MTA staff. There will not be a cast meet and greet in the lobby and we will ask all patrons to leave the building immediately after the performance and to not congregate close to the exit doors of the building. Cast member pick-up will be done via a car pick-up line and parents of cast members have been provided details on that procedure.
No refunds or exchanges for ticket purchases.
Tickets:Please try and have your family purchase their tickets together, if they would like to sit together.
There will be a limited number of seats (20) available for each performance in order to comply with directives of group events of less than 50 people. Tickets will be sold as General Admission and you will be put on a patron list where our Box Office Manager will assign you seats on a seating chart based on the order tickets were purchased. Buy your tickets early! If you require ADA seating, please contact our Box Office Manager Directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Box Office will be open one hour prior to the show start time. Please arrive at the theater 10-40 minutes prior to the start time and stop by the box office where you will be informed of your seat numbers and an usher will escort you to your seats. We will be implementing a paperless event so there is no need for you to print your tickets at home.
Check back for tickets to Disney Alice in Wonderland JR.
Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved book and score by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, Annie JR.features everyone's favorite little redhead in her very first adventure. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
Annie Jr. Video on Demand
MTA is able to offer a Video on Demand, 48 hour rental at a cost of $15. Please note, your ticket purchase will include a unique code that can only be used on one device. If that same code is entered in a second device, the first device will be removed from the stream. This is to prevent people from sharing the event code with others.
This rental is for the recorded performance that is included on the show DVD for cast members. It is a different video than the streamed version and was recorded on an HD Digital Camcorder.
Click this link to purchase your Video on Demand 48 hour rental and enjoy the show!
(Illustration Credit - Marie Seeberger)
Thumbelina is a sung-through musical based on the classic Hans Christian Anderson fairytale. Told through the eyes of a swallow, Thumbelina is the story of a tiny girl who is lost in a big world. She goes through many scary adventures while searching for people like her. She overcomes them all, growing braver throughout the story and eventually finds her people, the flower angels, and discovers that they've been looking for her too. The writers wanted to create a positive tale that shows it is possible to find your own way in the world, if you don't give up. And they wanted to tell it through beautiful music, heartfelt lyrics, touches of humor and the potential for spectacular imagery.
If you missed the live performance on June 5th, you can still purchase a household ticket for only $20 per household to get access to the YouTube link of the performance where you can watch it again and again!
Stella, the spider wants to do Something Beautiful, and not just be a spider, but different, like a honeybee! And maybe instead of just an ordinary web spin, something like the George Washington Bridge! Aiming high! And she will never give up! Join Stella and all of the wonderful characters on this fabulous journey!
If you missed the live performance on May 16th, you can till purchase a household ticket for only $20 per household to get access to the YouTube link of the performance where you can watch it again and again!