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WKU Theatre & Dance tickets available online and by phone

WKU’s Department of Theatre & Dance has made it easier to get tickets for its shows.

Tickets can now be ordered online at https://wku.showare.com/ or by phone at the Theatre & Dance Box Office at (270) 745-3121.

Mainstage season ticket packages are available with discounted rates for adults and students. Full season packages (25 percent discount) are $70 for adults and $60 for students. Fall semester packages (15 percent discount) are $40 for adults and $32 for students, while spring semester packages (15 percent discount) are $38 for adults and $32 for students.

The Mainstage season begins Sept. 27 with Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Russell Miller Theatre in the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center.

Here are some other features of the new Theatre & Dance Box Office:

  • Tickets for every performance of every show available online, 24/7.
  • No additional charge for online purchases.
  • Select your seats online for Mainstage performances in the Russell Miller Theatre and Van Meter Auditorium.
  • Buy tickets ahead of time for general admission shows in the Lab Theatre of Gordon Wilson Hall.
  • Purchase tickets by phone from noon to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The box office in Russell Miller Theatre also will open one hour prior to every Mainstage performance.

More: Mainstage productions, Next Stage Series, Children’s Theatre Series.

Contact: Julie Pride, (270) 745-5845.

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