What time should I arrive at the theatre?
The doors will open approximately 45 minutes before the show. You may want to arrive at least 20 minutes before the performance begins to allow time to get to your seat.
Are your shows appropriate for children?
All of our productions are family-friendly, however, parents may decide some elements of this show might not be a good fit for their child.
Can I take photographs or record the show?
Due to copyright agreement, videography, & flash photography of this show are not permitted. You may take pictures in the foyer with the cast after the performances.
How can I meet the actors?
Guests can meet and greet the cast after each of the performances in the foyer and take pictures at that time.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on campus.
Refreshments are permitted in the theatre, but please remove your trash when you exit.
Seats & Tickets
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets are available to purchase online and at Well Read Bookstore during the week (cash or checks are accepted on campus). If you’d like to purchase tickets with a credit card, please place your order online.
Concert seating is general admission—first come, first served seating.
All theatre production tickets are reserved seating, and you are able to choose your own seat location. For reserved seating, the ticketing system will automatically choose recommended seats for you, but feel free to choose your own seat using the gray button “Let Me Choose My Seats” below the seating chart image.
At the end of your ordering process, you can choose how you want your ticket delivered to you with either print at home or USPS mail.
Is there reserved seating?
Concert seating is general admission.
All theatre production tickets are reserved seating, and you can choose your actual seats online. Please note: at this time, online ticketing is currently unavailable on mobile devices unless you click “Standard Website” at the very bottom of the Brown Paper Tickets website.
Do you have group discounts?
We do our best to offer our shows at an affordable price for everyone. At this time, group discounts are not available.
What should I do if I’ve misplaced my tickets?
Please contact the church office so we can reprint your tickets for you.
Do I have to buy a ticket for my baby?
We cannot guarantee an open seat for them unless a ticket is purchased.
Is there a place to go if my child cries and we need to exit the theatre, but still see the show?
Yes, at the first sign of distress, please remove crying babies and noisy children from the theatre. A live feed of the performance is available on a TV screen in the foyer where you can still see the show with your child.
Due to limited space in The Auditorium, we’re unable to accommodate strollers during the performance. Stroller parking is available in the foyer.
Is childcare provided?
No, we’re not able to provide childcare during the performances.
Is the theatre wheelchair accessible?
All entrances to the theatre are wheelchair accessible, however, not all seating is wheelchair accessible. The theatre offers seating specifically designed to accommodate patrons in wheelchairs or in mobile transports and their companions. Please contact the church office to request this type of seating. We’re also able to reserve a companion seat at the time of your order. CWTP is also “heart-friendly” and has a defibrillator on site. Service dogs are always welcome.
Are there wheelchair accessible restrooms?
There are ample restroom facilities for wheelchair users, reserved parking spaces, and complete access to all other services. If you need assistance, please ask an usher or someone at the box office.