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Most Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the performance?
All of our performances are approximately 1 hour in length.

Are study guides available?
Yes, study guides are available on our website (www.classicproductions.org) for all of our plays. Click on the Study Guides icon on the left hand side of our homepage. Choose title from the drop down box.

When is payment due?
Payment may be made by personal or school check, money order or PO postmarked on or before the postmark date listed on your confirmation (approximately 2 weeks prior to the show.) However, other arrangements may be made through our office if necessary.

Can the number of seats be changed?
Yes, numbers may be updated until 2 weeks prior to the show. An increase is subject to availability. A drop off of 5% or more should be reported to our office, phone 800-272-8874 or e-mail plays@classicproductions.org one month prior to the show.

What is your seating policy?
Our policy is first come, first served. Seating begins approximately 40 minutes prior to the show time.

Do parents and bus drivers pay?
Schools: Parents, bus drivers and other chaperones pay the student cost. Teachers and teacher assistants attend at no charge.
Home Educators: One free seat per group of 20 paid seats.

What is your weather policy?
Should school be cancelled due to weather, payment will be applied to another production or refunded if an acceptable substitute is unavailable.

Can you accommodate special needs students?
Please notify our office ASAP if you will be bringing special needs students. We will work with the venue to accommodate special needs if we know in advance.

May Preschoolers attend?

Performances are not appropriate for children under the age of four. We appreciate that some parents cannot wait to introduce their children to the theatre at a very early age. However, the very young will not derive full pleasure from our productions and it is simply not fair to the rest of the audience. Our ushers must often ask parents to take their restless under-age children out of the theatre. We thank you in advance for your cooperation. Ages 2 and above pay the student cost.

What are the appropriate grade levels for your shows?

Suggested grade levels may be found by clicking on the play titles on the homepage.




 

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