Purchasing Tickets

Reserve Your Seats

MEMBERS

Theatre members are welcome to reserve their seats for any of our shows 365 days a year. (Subject to space limitations.)

NON-MEMBERS

Not a member of The Chamber Players? Click the JOIN NOW button below to become one. Non-members may purchase tickets on the following schedule:


  • "It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play" adapted by Joe Landry - beginning November 12, 2018
  • "Saint Peter's Escort Service, LLC" by Gary Ray Stapp - beginning February 11, 2019
  • "It Runs in the Family" by Ray Cooney - beginning May 20, 2019

Reserve your seats by phone/text: 785-304-1683 OR 

Reserve your seats by email: Admin@ChamberPlayersTheatre.org.

Reserve your seats via Facebook message (click the Facebook icon at the bottom of any page on this site).

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Ticket Prices

Adult Tickets: $24 (tax included)

K-12 Student Tickets: $20 (tax included)

Cash & Checks gladly accepted. Your payment prior to your ticketed date will confirm and finalize your reservation. Without advance payment, your reservation is unconfirmed.


Season Tickets

Season tickets include all 4 dinner theatre productions at a slight discount from single-show prices. They are generally available June through September.

Refunds

In the event your tickets cannot be used, contact the theatre. While cash refunds are not available, we will attempt to re-sell your tickets for you. If successful,, we will give you a gift certificate - valid for five years- for each re-sold ticket.   

Children and the Theater

We love kids! We have dozens of our own, in fact. We get excited for camp each summer and for our traveling Theatre for Young Audiences production each autumn. We also know that it's tough for a kid to sit still for 3+ hours - the typical dinner theatre evening.

So while we welcome children who have completed kindergarten, we trust each family to know which child might enjoy our entertainment and to research which of our shows might be appropriate for each child.

In the event a disturbance occurs, for the benefit of the actors on stage and their fellow audience members, we request that children please remove their disruptive parent until the disturbance passes.