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Metamorphoses

Metamorphoses

Ticket information
Oct 2, 2013
Ticket Information
Subscriptions allow purchasers to see all productions at a pershow
cost well below that of single tickets. Subscribe and save! To
subscribe, please call 740.593.1780. Season tickets: $40.00
Senior citizen $30.
Individual ticket prices:
″ community members $10
″ community students and
senior citizens $7

Ticket Office
The Ticket Office is located in the lobby at the East Union Street
entrance of The Templeton Blackburn Memorial Auditorium.
740.593.1780. One hour immediately prior to a performance, tickets
will be available at the actual performance venue.

Ticket Information
Subscriptions allow purchasers to see all productions at a pershow
cost well below that of single tickets. Subscribe and save! To
subscribe, please call 740.593.1780. Season tickets: $40.00
Senior citizen $30.
Individual ticket prices:
• community members $10
• community students and
senior citizens $7


SUBSCRIPTIONS
You are welcome to reserve your tickets with Master Card or VISA
by calling 740.593.1780 during ticket office hours, noon to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Subscriptions will be on sale beginning
September 1, 2013. Your season subscription includes tickets to the
mainstage plays and priority reservations for the limited seating at
the Seabury Quinn Jr., Playwrights' Festival M.F.A. thesis productions.
Please note that a subscription ticket is not a guarantee of a seat for
a particular night. Holders of season tickets must call the ticket office
to reserve a seat.
Subscribers should make reservations early.

Arts for OHIO allows students free entry to Arts events across campus,
and in our nearly sold-out 2012–13 Season, students filled 75 percent
of the seats in our theaters. Call the office at 740.593.1780. 
 
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