COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

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Theatre is for everyone- every single person- and we value our community members coming out to see the work we do for YOU. Here are some of the ways we are working to make theatre more accessible...

NAME YOUR PRICE TICKETS

See Professional Theatre at Your Price! (Suggested Ticket Price: $10)

 

PREVIEWS

Online sales for the first three Preview Performances of all KTC shows offer Name Your Price tickets for purchase here. Select the "Other" pricing option after you've selected your seat to name your price!

RUSH TICKETS

"Rush Tickets" refer to any unsold tickets that are purchased on the same day of the performance. Available for purchase at the box office one hour before show time. The KTC Box Office is located at the theatre, 417 W. State St.

Name Your Price tickets are also available online and in-person for all BIPOC Community Nights and for patrons taking part in the Free Childcare program. Please email Nicole-Bethany Onwuka, Audience Services and Community Engagement Associate at nicolebethany@kitchentheatre.org for more information

BIPOC COMMUNITY NIGHTS

The Second Saturday 8PM performance of Kitchen Theatre Company productions are dedicated to inviting Black, Indigenous, and communities of color (BIPOC) to experience our shows together.

Click Here to Learn More!

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Upcoming: Edith Can Shoot Things And Hit Them BIPOC Community Night- November 12th @7PM

 

FREE CHILDCARE PROGRAM

In partnership with Southside Community Center, Kitchen Theatre Company offers free childcare for select performances during the 22-23 season. Name Your Price tickets are available for parents, guardians and caregivers who participate in the program. 

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The Next Upcoming Free Childcare Matinee is Nov 20th @2PM.

Questions? Please contact Nicole-Bethany Onwuka, Audience Services & Community Engagement Associate at NicoleBethany@kitchentheatre.org or call (607) 272-0570 

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“Having free childcare so my husband and I could actually see a show together was such a treat. The providers were lovely and my 3 year old had no interest in leaving when we came to pick her up. Our 9 month old had a hard time but we had never left her before and the caregivers texted us to let us know she had been crying a while so we hurried back to get her but we had been able to see the entire show by then and have our first kid-free date since having our younger child.”

-Laura and Zac Ballard, with Junpier and Cora

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