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NAME YOUR PRICE TICKETS
See Professional Theatre at Your Price! Anything 50 cents and up is good with us.
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" 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.
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.
On these evenings, we invite people who identify as such to come to KTC and be in a space that centers the experience of a person from the Global Majority in our theatre. These performances are also open to multi-racial family members and partners, including those who are white. If you do not identify as BIPOC, we invite you to join us at an alternative performance to allow this evening to remain a space for the shared experience of BIPOC communities.
All BIPOC Community Nights are Name Your Price ticketing - pre-sale online and in-person box office. A limited number of free tickets are available for BIPOC Community Nights. Patrons are encouraged to email email@example.com or call us at 607-272-0570 to request free tickets to the performance.
“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
FREE CHILDCARE PROGRAM
Kitchen Theatre Company offers free childcare for select performances during the 21-22 season. Name Your Price tickets are available for parents, guardians and caregivers who participate in the program. To purchase Name Your Price tickets, please call the Box Office at 607-272-0570, after you have submitted the Sign-Up form.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When and where do I drop off my child(ren)?
Childcare drop-off begins half an hour before curtain at 3:30PM at the First Presbyterian Church (315 N Cayuga St) and ends at 6:30PM. Drop-off DOES NOT happen at the theatre. Please plan accordingly. We do not allow late seating at the theatre once the performance begins.
The sign-up form is just for registering your children at First Presbyterian Church. You must still complete a ticket purchase for the show (dates and time for each show with a corresponding purchase link found above). If ticket cost is a barrier for utilizing this program and attending the show, please call the Box Office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to buy a Pay What You Want ticket once you’ve submitted your childcare sign-up form.
Does filling out the sign-up form secure my show tickets?
Reservations are on a first-come-first served bases. Only 12 children are allowed per date. Children will be divided in groups. This will help keep spacing 3 ft apart. We ask children 3+ come wearing masks. While kids are playing 3ft apart and if outside, masks can be removed, but while playing in a group, children will be asked to keep their masks on. Parents should prepare to come with a change of clothing for their child(ren).
What COVID protocols are in place at First Presbyterian Church for the childcare?
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