Ticket Information & Theatre Policies
The Fine Arts Theatre and Bea Wood Studio Theatre are located in the Lamar D. Fain Fine Arts Center on Louis J. Rodriguez Drive. Parking for both theatres is available in the lots adjacent to the Fain Fine Arts Center on the north, south and east. Maps are available on http://www.mwsu.edu/about-mwsu/maps/index.
FRIDAY NIGHT TALKBACKS
We invite audience members to stay after each of our Friday night performances of The Diary of Anne Frank, Wiley and the Hairy Man, and God of Carnage to engage in a discussion with the director, actors, designers, and technicians about any aspect of the production.
No food, drink, or smoking is allowed in the theatre. Also, we would appreciate our patrons' honoring MSU's smoke-free campus policy.
The use of photographic, video, or audio recording equipment is prohibited by law. Cell phones, musical devices, iPads and Kindles should be turned off before entering the theatre.
To ensure all patrons an enjoyable evening, children under six years of age should not be brought to performances.
BOX OFFICE & TICKET INFORMATION
The Box Office will be open 1-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. starting two weeks before each production's opening night; exact starting dates for ticket sales will be posted on this page as they become available. Tickets are not reserved in advance for the one-acts. Seating and tickets for the one-acts will be first come, first serve.
Ticket prices are as follows:
General Admission - $10.00
Reduced (military personnel, senior citizens 55 or older, and pre-college students) - $8.00
Groups of 10 or more - $5.00 a person, plus 2 complimentary tickets
FREE for MSU students, faculty, and staff with I.D.
For more information, season tickets, and group rates, please call the Publicity Office at (940) 397-4399.
For tickets, please call the Box Office at (940) 397-4393.
If the box office staff is unavailable, and you require immediate assistance,
please call (940) 397-4670.
MSU Theatre Production-Company Mission
The mission of the Midwestern State University Theatre is to advance the study and presentation of live theatre, with an emphasis on creative process. In the classroom, on the stage, or behind the scenes, we will do our best to bring credit to our art form and to enlighten ourselves and those we entertain. To succeed, we must reject the gratification of ego and embrace unselfish cooperation, for ours is a collaborative art form. We must also take risks by allowing theatre to open our minds or disturb our audiences when such risks can promote a more tolerant, inclusive society.