Festival Box Office/Information and Policies
 

Reservations and questions concerning performances may be directed to the Box Office, (616) 331-2300 or (616) 331-2960, beginning August 30. Box Office hours are 10-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and one hour prior to all performances. Fax: (616) 331-2700. 
 

Free Admission Events
Admission to the Festival Scholar presentations, the preshow informances, the opening night reception, the Renaissance Faire, the Bard to Go performances at the Mary Idema Pew Library multipurpose room and Loosemore Auditorium, and the Shakespeare Festival Student Competition awards ceremony are free and open to the public. No reservations are required for attending any of these events or the receptions following them.

Obtaining Tickets

Much Ado About Nothing ticket prices:         

General Admission $14

Alumni, faculty, staff, and seniors

$12
All students $6

 

 

Tickets for Much Ado About Nothing may be purchased in person at our Box Office in the Performing Arts Center, Allendale Campus, after August 30. Tickets for Much Ado About Nothing may also be purchased with a service fee through Star Tickets Plus   at any of their ticket agencies, online at www.startickets.com, or by calling (616) 222-4000 or (800) 585-3737.

Tickets may not be reserved without payment. In the event that the performance is not sold out, available tickets will be sold at the door. Our new FLEXPASS system allows patrons to purchase show tickets at a discount.  

Mail Orders
Mail orders for tickets to Festival events and for high school reservations to the weekday matinees and Bard to Go will be accepted.


Sign Language Interpretation
Much Ado About Nothing will have a sign language interpreter for the October 3 performance. Call the Box Office at (616) 331-2300 for more information.

Accessibility
Wheelchair access is available at all events and appropriate parking is available. Please notify the Box Office if you would like a map showing special access.


Concessions
Snacks will be available in the lobby during intermission.


Louis Armstrong Theatre Box Office
(616) 331-2300

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Page last modified September 20, 2013