Seating at the Williamston Theatre is reserved. Advanced reservations are highly recommended.
*** Please note that at this time, the Williamston Theatre is closed due to the ongoing health crisis. Our building is closed to the public and our staff is working from home to help flatten the curve. Our productions of Alabaster and Be Here Now have been cancelled. We hope to be able to gather together soon for great storytelling, when it is once again safe.
Regular Box Office Hours: Noon – 6pm, Tuesday through Friday.
Additional Box Office Hours: One and one-half hours prior to each show time. You can call or stop by.
HOW TO BUY TICKETS
- ONLINE, 24-hours a day! Click here to purchase gift certificates online. Please note that we are temporarily closed due to the corona virus pandemic. However, plans are in place to open in 2021 as soon as it is safe to. One way to help the Williamston Theatre reopen without a hitch is to purchased gift certificates now. Gift certificates make wonderful gifts and help build anticipation for when we can all gather together again for great storytelling. Click to purchase online.
- PHONE! Call our box office at (517) 655-7469 during Box Office hours (see above). The Theatre accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express over the phone, and payment is charged at the time of reservation. Please note that our box office and administrative office are both closed during the coronavirus pandemic. However, you may leave a voice mail if you have questions about our audio Strolling Stories Series.
- IN PERSON! *** Please see note above. Stop by our Box Office at 122 S. Putnam Street in downtown Williamston during regular Box Office hours (see above). Our Box Office accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Cash or Check at the window. Payment is required at the time of the reservation.
- NOT VIA E-MAIL! Do not send e-mails to our general or Box Office e-mail addresses with ticket requests or reservation changes. They will not be processed. Please note that there are no exchanges or refunds for online ticket sales.
Ticket prices for all shows in the 2019-2020 Season:
First Performance: Pay-What-You-Can
Preview Performances: $19
Thursday evenings: $28
Friday and Saturday evenings: $33
Saturday and Sunday matinees: $30
Flex passes for the 2019-2020 Season: $176
** Please note that during the COVID19 pandemic crisis, we are not selling more Flex Passes for the 2019-2020 Season. Please check back for updates as the situation evolves. Thanks for your understanding.
Military (Active and Retired): $2 off each ticket
Seniors, 65 and older: $2 off each ticket
Students (with valid high school or college ID): $10
Groups of 10 or more: See section on Group Sales below
We offer discounts to members of AEA and SSDC. Please inquire at the box office.
Gift cards are available in any denomination and never expire. Subscriptions for the 2019-2020 Season also make wonderful gifts, and can be purchased by calling our box office at 517-655-7469 or by clicking here!
Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm
Sunday afternoons at 2pm
Starting the second week of the run, Saturday afternoons at 3pm
*Please check individual show pages for special exceptions due to holidays, etc.
Single tickets for the 2019-2020 Season go on sale:
The Safe House: Tuesday, September 10, 2019
A Christmas Carol: The Radio Play: Tuesday, October 29, 2019
900 Miles to International Falls: Tuesday, January 14, 2020
These Mortal Hosts: Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Alabaster: Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Be Here Now: Tuesday, June 16, 2020
We are eager to accommodate all of our patrons, including those with disabilities. The Williamston Theatre is handicapped accessible. Please advise our staff if you have special needs when making your reservation to allow us to better accommodate you. If you do not advise us of your needs when you make your reservation, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to seat you in handicapped seating.
If you require the use of special technology to help you to experience live theatre (i.e. wireless or bluetooth devices), we ask that you inform the box office when making your ticket reservations, and provide the make, model and any outlet needs you might have. This way we can provide the appropriate access, and confirm that your device’s technology will not interfere with the theatrical technology in use. Without advance notice, we may not be able to accommodate your needs.
Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more, and may be reserved at any time. This can make a great trip for your social club, church group or office! Consider bringing a group for a unique holiday party! Click here for our Group Sales Info sheet. To book your group to see a show, please call our office at (517) 655-7469, ext 21.
TICKET AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY POLICY
- Patrons are responsible for knowing and understanding policies.
- All online sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.
- We require full payment for reservations made over the phone or in person at time of purchase. To maintain flexibility, you still have up until 48 hours prior to the performance to change or cancel your reservation if you purchased them through the Theatre box office either on the phone or in person (this does not apply to online sales). If you cancel your reservation within the allowed period, a prompt and full refund will be given.
- The Williamston Theatre is a 100-seat, three-quarter thrust stage. It is a very intimate space, which is one of the unique and wonderful aspects of experiencing live theatre in our space. However, this means that late seating is very difficult and disruptive to the play that’s going on, not only for the rest of the audience, but also for the people who are acting on the stage. We ask patrons to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to curtain time to allow for enough time to pick up your tickets, visit the facilities, and get settled comfortably in your seats. We reserve the right to seat patrons, or to not seat them, based on what is least disruptive to the play.
- The Williamston Theatre offers a diverse selection of plays. Not all productions may appeal to or be appropriate for every person or for all ages. Therefore, patrons are responsible for making informed decisions regarding all their ticket purchases. Please see note on Trigger Warnings below.
- No babes in arms will be permitted at a performance.
- We aim to present a variety of material that surprises, thrills, shocks, entertains and enlightens. We are aware, however, that many plays contain content that may be difficult for some patrons given their unique life journeys. While we don’t put trigger warnings on individual productions to avoid spoilers for the general public, if there are specific themes that would cause distress or trigger challenging emotions for you, please contact us. We are happy to discuss any potential triggers with individual patrons on a one-on-one basis. Call our box office during normal hours to have a conversation with a member of our staff.