Frequently Asked Questions
How do I purchase tickets?
Where can I park?
Parking is available in the Town & Gown parking lot to the side of the theater. Overflow parking is available along adjacent residential streets. Please refrain from parking in the Taylor-Grady House parking lot.
How can I get involved at Town & Gown?
I know a play that would be perfect for Town & Gown! How can I suggest it for an upcoming season?
The Town & Gown Players are always accepting play suggestions. If you have a play you would like us to consider, please e-mail your suggestion to email@example.com “Play Suggestion” in the title.
What do I need to prepare for auditions?
Audition needs vary depending on the needs of the production, and can include prepared musical pieces, monologues, or cold readings. Please see each show’s audition announcement for more detailed information.
How do I audition for a show?
Auditions for Mainstage productions are listed on our calendar and auditions page. Auditions are open to the public regardless of experience level. Please see each show’s audition announcement for more detailed information.
What is Second Stage?
How can I donate to Town & Gown?
Town & Gown loves all of our supporters and we have special ways of recognizing and thanking them. Please see our Donors page for more information.
What is Mainstage?
Town & Gown’s Mainstage series includes the majority of our shows. These are our largest-scale and longest-running productions. We currently present six Mainstage titles per season, with each title having seven performances. For more information, please visit our Season page.
How can I direct a show at Town & Gown?
There are two ways to get involved as a director at Town & Gown. If you’re interested in learning the qualifications for directing a Mainstage production, contact the Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re interested in a Second Stage production, contact the Second Stage chair at email@example.com.
Who builds the sets?
We do, and we welcome your help! With the exception of performance weekends, Saturdays and Sundays are almost always used for set construction. Set calls typically run from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm on Saturdays, and noon until 4:00 pm on Sundays. All skill sets are welcome, and construction experience is appreciated but not at all required. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.