Frequently Asked Questions


We’ve put together a starter list of some the most frequently asked questions from Stageloft’s patrons, many of which involve ticket-buying options. We’ll add to the file as time goes on to help preemptively answer your most common queries.

What are your basic ticket-buying options?

There are a couple of ways to secure tickets to our shows. The most efficient option is to purchase your Stageloft tickets securely online through the TicketStage service. A prominent link to TicketStage is posted on each of our show pages. The service offers a live representation of the theater’s seating layout and allows patrons to choose the seats of their choice (if they’re still available). Color codes let you know which seats are sold or still available. Please be aware that all sales are final.

For those uncomfortable with online purchases, we can handle the seating and payment details over the phone by calling us at 508-347-9005. We’ll call you back as soon as possible, although we do not return calls on Mondays. Our box office is open one hour before each listed performance. Note: The box office has reopened after being closed through Jan. 4.

Please note that we no longer accept reservations via email; please call us at the number above instead.

Does Stageloft sell season tickets?

We offer not one, but two season-ticket options! The standard 2016 Season Ticket offers admission to each of this year’s nine productions at a 10 percent savings over regular ticket prices. Prices are $145 per person for General Admission and $130 per person for Senior Admission (ages 60 and older). Please note that these full-season tickets must be purchased by March 20, 2016.

Stageloft’s second option is our Triple Play Pass, which entitles you to see three 2016 shows of your choice — and can be purchased multiple times throughout the season. General Admission passes are $49 per person (a 5 percent savings) and $45 for Senior Admission.

Note: Please click here to access our Season Tickets form as a PDF. Download the form and return to Stageloft with your payment to the address given on the form.

Do you offer group discounts?

Stageloft has happily catered to group visits since its inception in 1994. For our 2016 season, tickets purchased in groups of 10 or more are priced at $15 per ticket. Tickets for groups of 20-plus are also $15 apiece through pre-payment — and include a free ticket for your group leader.

Do you offer discounted tickets for certain ages?

We’ve always offered discounts for teen-aged students and senior citizens, For our 2016 season, it remains $16 per ticket (versus $18 for an adult ticket) for our regular productions. We also continue to price tickets for youths ages 12 and under at $10. Please note that the senior discount applies to those ages 60 or older.

For our two annual Youth Theater productions, tickets are $15 for adults and $10 apiece for youth and seniors.

Do you offer military discounts?

We are proud to offer $16 tickets to all members of our armed forces, whether active military or retired. We salute you for your service!

Does Stageloft offer gift certificates?

Yes, we do have gift certificates available in any denomination of your choosing. For shopping in person, you’ll always find the theater box office open one hour before every performance. We can also handle gift certificate purchases over the phone (we’ll need to get your credit card information to charge the purchase). The gift certificate can either be mailed to you or to your intended recipient. If you choose to call the theater to arrange a purchase, please do not leave your credit card information on the voice mail system. We will return your call to get all the details.

I’m planning to visit Stageloft from outside the area. Do you have driving directions?

Yes, we do. Just click this link to go to our Directions page. You’ll find the same link in the Contact area of our website.

Do you take donations of clothing and accessories for use as costumes?

Yes. Stageloft is always looking for that special man’s suit (large sizes preferably), woman’s dress, or hats, jewelry, shoes, etc., to complement our wardrobe. If you are considering discarding such items, please consider donating them. It might be fun to see a piece of your clothing on stage!

Do you accept donations of furniture, small appliances, framed pictures and other household items as possible props?

We are always on the lookout for those kinds of props — especially vintage items that help give our sets a look that matches the era being brought back to life in our productions. Please call us to double-check if the item is needed, especially if it’s bulky.


I’m not an actor, but I’d like to volunteer at Stageloft. Is that possible?

Of course! Volunteers are the lifeblood of any good theater, and we always need and welcome anyone who wants to lend a helping hand before and during performances. If you or someone you know would like to help, we’re aways looking to add to our roster of stage managers, costumers, prop managers, ushers, set-builders, and theater techs (sound and lights), and others.