Can we bring our lunch?
For Goucher College – No. we're sorry, but the college's regulations prohibit this.
For Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts – Yes, by prior arrangement (please contact us if you wish to make lunch arrangements) and outside on grassy areas only.
What are ticket prices?
For our Daytime (School-time Matinees) Goucher College Performances: $8.00 per student and chaperones unless otherwise noted.
For our Daytime (School-time Matinees) Maryland Hall Performances: $9.00 per student and chaperones unless otherwise noted.
Title One schools = $1 discount per paid seat. Teachers are free and we can reserve one free teacher seat per ten student seats. Extra free Teacher seats for special needs can be accomodated, but are at the discretion of Arts On Stage.
Homeschools - $8 at Goucher College and $9 at Maryland Hall, unless otherwise noted.
As a homeschool parent am I considered a teacher?
No. However, should you bring a group of 15 or more you will receive one free seat. You must call to receive this offer.
Will I receive actual tickets?
No. Your confirmation letter will get you in the door.
Do I need to send a deposit?
No, you will receive a confirmation letter/invoice upon receipt of your registration. Your money is due approximately three weeks before your show date and is negotiable.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. Credit cards are excepted over the phone, by calling 410-252-8717 or online through PayPal. Please note there is a $0.50 fee per ticket.
What is your cancellation policy?
Daytime Performances: Cancellations accepted ONLY in the event of unforeseen school closings due to weather or all field trips cancelled by Board of Education. If cancellation is necessary you will have your choice of rescheduling or a full refund.Summer Performances: No cancellations.
What is your Snow policy?
Policy for school delay or closings related to weather or other unforeseen circumstances –
Please call us at (410) 252-8717 after 6:30 a.m. on the morning of your scheduled show date for updated information regarding weather delays, cancellations, etc., . (Since schools come from many districts to see our shows, there are many variables involved in making these decisions.) We will do everything possible to make ourselves available to answer all phone calls.
If a show is cancelled, we will make every effort to reschedule the production for another day. Please give us time to work out the details and we will contact you as soon as possible.
If your school (any system) is unable to attend a scheduled show due to delayed openings or closings you will have your option of rescheduling for another date, another show or having your monies refunded.
It is for these reasons that we ask for a teachers home phone number on our registration form. If the weather is questionable, we may have need to contact a teacher from your school the night before or the morning of a scheduled program. The home phone number will be used in emergency situations only.
We pride ourselves in working with each individual school and teacher to meet their needs. It is never our intention to take your money for a show you don’t get to see. We understand that sometimes “things happen.” However, you must also understand that we are a non-profit organization and must have your presence if the show is to go on.
Can the general public come to a show?
Yes! Everyone is welcome.
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