WHO CAN I BRING?
Everyone! All ages are welcome to attend any performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas. We do ask that parents move disruptive children to the lobby in consideration of our other patrons.

DO I NEED A TICKET FOR MY SMALL CHILD OR BABY?
Yes, all patrons must have a ticket to be admitted to a performance, including babes-in-arms. New for 2018! Patrons may purchase a $5 “Lap Child” ticket for children ages 2 or younger. All Lap Children must have an accompanying Adult ticket.

WHAT DOES GENERAL ADMISSION MEAN?
It means you don’t have an assigned seat, it’s all first-come, first served.

WHAT TIME SHOULD I SHOW UP?
The lobby will open 1 hour prior to the start of your performance. The doors for seating will open 30 minutes prior to the start of your performance.

WHAT IS A SENSORY FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE?
Each Sensory Friendly performance incorporates modifications to accommodate audiences with sensory needs, such as increased lighting in the seating area and house throughout the performance; lower sound levels; a smaller audience to allow for more space and movement between patrons; the use of tablets, smartphones and other electronic devices can be used with headphones during the performance; options to bring in and use special seating devices as needed; fidget toys are welcome.

IS THERE A PAY WHAT YOU CAN PERFORMANCE?
Yes, we have a Pay What You Can Preview on Thursday, November 29 at 7:00 PM. A limited number of $10 tickets will be available by phone at 206.781.9707 or in person at 204 N 85th St. Beginning at 5:00 PM, tickets are pay what you can, in person only.

CAN I TAKE PICTURES?
There is no photography or videotaping allowed during the performance. But there will be an opportunity to take pictures on the set with the cast after the show!