WHEN IS THE BOX OFFICE OPEN?
The Box Office is open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm. The Box Office is also open 90 minutes before performance times. However, you may call the Box Office anytime at (904) 261-6749 and leave us a message. We’ll return your call as soon as possible!
Ticket prices vary, depending on which stage (Main Stage or Studio 209) the show is being presented and the type of production (Musical, Non-Musical or Studio 209). Tickets purchased online have a convenience fee per ticket of $1. Groups of 15 or more receive $2 off per ticket for Main Stage Non-Musicals.
Regular ticket prices are:
Main Stage Musical
Main Stage Non-Musical
Studio 209 Production
WHAT IS A
When you buy a Season Ticket, you’ll benefit from costs savings, preferred and advanced seating, and knowing you already have a ticket (but…you’ll still need to redeem and select your seat!), especially when shows sell out! Your Season Ticket will have a unique code you’ll use to redeem online on our website, by phone with our Box Office staff, or in-person at the Box Office. You’ll have the option to select preferred seats and confirm your tickets for the upcoming show or all performances, which is sooner than patrons who are not Season Ticket holders.
We have three Season Ticket choices:
12-Play ALL-ACT Season Pass
A ticket to every show in the Main Stage and Studio 209 Seasons.
6-Play Main Stage Season Pass
A ticket to every show in the Main Stage Season.
5-Play Main Stage Season Pass
A ticket to 5 shows in the Main Stage Season, you pick which 5!
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
THE MAIN STAGE AND STUDIO 209?
The Main Stage is a beautiful, 170-seat proscenium theatre specifically designed and built to be a performance space. The impressive building was opened in 2010 and today is the premier live theatre in our area. You’ll enjoy watching large dramas, comedies, and musicals on the Main Stage, which run for three weekends of performances that are usually PG-13 rated productions.
In contrast, Studio 209 is a more intimate, 80-seat space that was renovated in the late 1980s to become the first permanent home of ACT. Today, Studio 209 is a black-box styled stage on which intense dramas, adult comedies, and Theatre for Young Audiences production are produced. Shows in Studio 209 run for only two weekends, and oftentimes sell out. Except for the young audiences show, Studio 209 productions are usually rated PG-13 or R for adult language and situations.
You‘ll find convenient, wheelchair and mobility-impaired accessible seating in the front row in the Main Stage and Studio 209 theatres. Be sure to select "wheelchair seating" when purchasing your tickets online or tell our Box Office staff when you call so we’re aware of your accessibility needs before you arrive. We also offer personal Assisted Listening Devices upon request for productions in the Main Stage. This device is recommended for individuals with hearing difficulties or anyone who wants the volume of the show to be a little louder.