Shows Canceled Until Further Notice
In this ever shifting world, we have made the difficult decision to cancel shows until further notice. We don't take this decision lightly, but it's always best to err on the side of caution. We will return with the final nights of Wakefield Idol once it is safe to do so, and we hope to be able to perform the Springboard projects when operations are back up and running.
Now is the time for our community to take a lead and take measures to stop this virus from spreading further. Early efforts have had tremendous impact in the places where they have been taken. We wish to be a part of Rhode Island's push to be one of the most minimally affected communities.
We ask that if you are able to take a credit for a future show or consider your ticket price a donation, that would very much help us as a small business affected greatly at this time. If this does not work for you and you need a refund, please reach out to us and we will be happy to work to meet your needs.
We are sorry for any confusion with the ever-changing circumstances. We are doing our best to keep communication open and honest as we consider what is best for the community in a difficult time.
This is not a time to panic, but it is a time to be proactive.
Thank you for your support at this time, and we look forward to seeing you all again as soon as safely possible!
The CTC Staff - Chris, Maggie, Father Kelley, Rebecca, Ashley, Tammy, Sophie, and Brian
We try to make it easy to know what shows you can see with your Membership tickets. Look for these boxes!
We have more options than ever so that you can choose the Membership that's right for you!
Photos by Seth Jacobson Photography
Note on Tickets
We often have excited audience members waiting for a sold-out show. In the case of a sold-out performance,
if you have not arrived or been in contact with us by showtime, your seats may be released to standby patrons.
Seating is open admission, not reserved seats. Seats are first come, first served, so if you are coming with a larger party, we recommend coming early to get seats together.
What is a Preview?
Previews are exactly like the other performances. After preview weekend, the cast goes back into rehearsal to refine the show a bit more. If you come to a preview, you are the first to get to see the show, and the tickets are the same as our Pay-What-You-Can nights!
Seating is first come, first served.
We suggest arriving 25 - 15 minutes before showtime.
We often have excited audience members waiting for a sold-out show. In the case of a sold-out performance, if you have not arrived or been in contact with us by showtime, your seats may be released to standby patrons.
Our theater has a bar, so come enjoy a drink with the show!
The theater and patio are fully wheelchair accessible.
Guide dogs are welcome to accompany patrons to a show.
If front row seating is necessary, feel free to mark "wheelchair seats" when purchasing online or call the Box Office, and we'll be happy to help.
We have accessible seating available for every performance, so feel free to be spontaneous and come on a whim!
We're eager to make this a great experience for everyone - call if you have any questions about accessibility!