When you get to the theatre... BELOW ARE SOME HELPFUL TIPS FOR MAKING YOUR THEATRE-GOING EXPERIENCE MORE ENJOYABLE.
TICKET POLICY As a student participant in Producing Partners, Page To Stage or Theatre Access, you will receive a discounted ticket to the show from your teacher on the day of the performance. You will notice that the ticket indicates the section, row and num- ber of your assigned seat. When you show your ticket to the usher inside the theatre, he or she will show you where your seat is located. These tickets are not transferable and you must sit in the seat assigned to you.
PROGRAMS All the theatre patrons are provided with a pro- gram that includes information about the people who put the production together. In the “Who’s Who” section, for example, you can read about the actors’ roles in other plays and fi lms, perhaps
some you have already seen. Show Title AUDIENCE ETIQUETTE
As you watch the show please remember that the biggest difference between live theatre and a fi lm is that the actors can see you and hear you and your behavior can affect their performance. They appreciate your applause and laughter, but can be easily distracted by people talking or get- ting up in the middle of the show. So please save your comments or need to use the rest room for intermission. Also, there is no food permitted in the theatre, no picture taking or recording of any kind, and if you have a cell phone, beeper, alarm watch or anything else that might make noise, please turn it off before the show begins.
Theatre Name and Location
Performance Date and Time
ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT OF OUR EDUCATION PROGRAM:
The Aerofl ex Foundation Anonymous
Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Bank of America Theodore H. Barth Foundation Arlene and Harvey Blau Lisa and Dick Cashin
Goldman Sachs Gives at the recommendation of R. Martin Chavez Citi Foundation Lisa Pevaroff Cohn and Gary Cohn Consolidated Edison Company of New York Kenneth DeRegt
New York State Assemblyman Herman D. Farrell, Jr.
Barbara Lee and Alston Gardner Jodi Glucksman Jeanne and Tom Hagerty
The Heckscher Foundation for Children Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
Muna and Basem Hishmeh Elroy and Terry Krumholz Foundation Mark J. Manoff Andrew Martin-Weber Marsha Mason
David and Anita Massengill Gilda and John P. McGarry, Jr. The McGraw-Hill Companies Mellam Family Foundation Kathryn Myers Neuberger Berman New York City Department of Cultural Affairs New York State Council on the Arts New York State Department of Education
New York State Offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
New York State Assemblyman Daniel J. O’Donnell
Charles R. O’Malley Charitable Trust Victoria and Paul Orlin
Education programs at Roundabout are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and the New York State Offi ce of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.
Gordon B. Pattee Lisa and Gregg Rechler Richmond County Savings Bank Rick Rickertsen
Chuck and Deborah Royce Bill Rudin
The Rudin Foundation
Adolph and Ruth Schnurmacher Foundation Mary and David Solomon New York State Senator Jose M. Serrano Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund Michael Tuch Foundation Beth Uffner Edward and Stella Van Houten Fund The Walt Disney Company
New York State Assemblywoman Helene E. Weinstein
The Winston Foundation
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