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GLEEKOSAUR AND LITTLE WOMEN POSTER

The Glee Show: Two original plays!

Gleekosaur – by Brian Adam Kline

Louisa and her sisters: The real little women – by Robyne Parrish

June 27th and 28th – Saturday at 2pm and 7pm and again on Sunday at 2pm.

Tickets are $12 each!! This includes tax.

Children 2 and under may sit in a lap for free!

To order go to the home page and click on the show poster!

nextstageposter-01Plays to be featured are:

  • Cold But Soft – By Ted Wojtasik
    Directed by Brian Adam Kline
  • Tin Church – By Robyne Parrish
    Directed by James Merkle
  • Sweet Storm – By Scott Hudson
    Directed by Grant Harris
  • Mentor – By Webb Wilcoxen
    Directed by Alexandra Renzo
  • Miller’s Point – By Evan Bridenstine
    Directed by Nicol Moeller
  • Sticks – By Grant Harris
    Directed by Robyne Parrish

**See the CAMP page for more information on our amazing summer camp options!

 

You may click on any of the posters above to purchase tickets to an event.

For tickets click a poster above or: boxoffice@gilberttheater.com

Tickets for GLEEKOSAUR are on sale now. Click the poster below to purchase tickets!


GLEEKOSAUR AND LITTLE WOMEN POSTER


THE BEST WAY TO SECURE TICKETS IS ONLINE. BOX OFFICE HOURS ARE ONE HOUR PRIOR TO EVERY SHOW. GILBERT BOX OFFICE STAFF DOES NOT KEEP REGULAR OFFICE HOURS. PLEASE CALL AHEAD IF YOU WISH TO STOP BY THE THEATRE.

116 Green Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301

This project is supported by the Arts Council in part by contributions from businesses and individuals, and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County and the North Carolina Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Cultural Resources.

 

 

 

2015-2016_season

 

2015-2016  SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE MAY 1st, 2015!
Gilbert Theater offers three levels for Season Ticket Holders. Please note changes for this season in each package!

 

***Vanguard Membership $85

-6 tickets for our Main Stage 2015-2016 Season and

-preferred seating when the house is open.

 

***Trailblazer Membership $160

-12 tickets for our Main Stage 2015-2016 Season

-preferred seating when house is open

-choice of a show poster from our collection

– one free class session at our Conservatory

 

Revolutionary Membership  $310

-16 tickets for our Main Stage and Next Stage 2015-2016 Season

-pre-selected seating for all performances

-brunch with our Artistic Director

-one free class session at our Conservatory

-choice of a show poster from our collection

-special champagne toast reception

-FREE admission to Annual Pryer Awards event

 

 **A special thank you to our season ticket holders ! If you would like to become a season ticket holder simply buy your season ticket subscription by clicking the button below.

YOU MAY ALSO MAIL IN A PAYMENT IF YOU WISH.

SHOWTIMES

Showtimes are generally Friday-Saturday at 8pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm, but occasional special showtimes are added or changed for some performances. Please check the ticket calendar for the most accurate information about the show you wish to attend. The box office will open one hour prior to performance.

SINGLE SHOW PRICES
Ticket Prices are $16 for all shows. Discounts for military members and students are available.

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

**You may now buy your tickets online through our website, 24 hours a day. Simply click on the link below to buy and print your tickets at home! You need NOT print them to be admitted to the show.

REGULAR BOX OFFICE HOURS ONLY BY PHONE OR E-MAIL or BY PURCHASING ON LINE

(910) 678-7186  or e-mail us at boxoffice@gilberttheater.com

[warning]There are no walk-up box office hours except for the hour before performance.[warning]

You may call us at (910) 678-7186 to make ticket reservations Monday through Friday between the hours of 12pm and 5pm. If you leave a message we will do our best to return your call in a timely fashion. You may pay with credit card by phone. Reservations without a credit card can not be accepted.

Walk-ups are always welcome to attend any of our performances, but we can’t guarantee seat availability. Doors and box office open 1 hour before start of show.

***Please be advised that tickets may be purchased for ANY performance in the year 2014/2015 at this time by calling the box office. Our Fall and Winter show tickets for 2014 are now on sale as well.

 

Wheelchair and Accessible Seating

In order to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities to participate in and benefit from live performances, the Gilbert Theater provides the following:

Wheelchair accessible seating

The Gilbert provides wheelchair elevator access and spaces/accessible seating to accommodate people with disabilities in the theater.

  • Wheelchair accessible seats and companion seats are available for purchase exclusively by people with disabilities and their companions for every performance.
  • Wheelchair and companion seating is dispersed throughout the theater to ensure people with disabilities excellent lines of sight.

WHERE WE ARE

The theater is physically at 116 Green Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301. We’re located in the same building as the Fascinate-U Children’s Museum. Our entrance is on the Bow Street side of the building.

Parking: On weekends and during the week after 5 you can park in any of the spaces around the theater, with the exception being the clearly marked handicap and fire spaces.

**May be restricted for certain shows.**   

Large group discounts available – please contact the theater at boxoffice@gilberttheater.com for more information.

NOTE: Reserved tickets must be picked up by 10 minutes before or those tickets will be released for walk-ups.  Tickets may be exchanged within the same production, no refund. Season Ticket Holders may change reservations at a maximum of 2 times.

Selection of Season Statement: When selecting the season, the Artistic Director, along with the Board of Directors, take into account stakeholders such as artists, educators, student populations, and regional audiences. A diverse array of selections is considered, which may include family productions with broad appeal, smart verbal pieces, dramatic storytelling, intimate musicals, contemporary pieces, comedies the classics, pieces that encourage ethnic, cultural, and economic diversity, and ALWAYS less common work that may be perceived by some as high risk for our community.