Romeo and Juliet

This ticketing system resides on Virtual Box office, a secure payment site.

Please Note:  Online ticket sales end at 5:00pm on the day of the performance, however you can still purchase your tickets at the door, where we accept both cash and credit cards.
Please Also Note: To order the box, please email your desired date and size of your party.

Doors Open at 7:00pm
Show starts at 8:00pm

Ticket prices:

Thursday Nights – $10          Friday & Saturday Nights – $15

Group rates are available for parties of 10 or more both online and at the door.

Hot Food Prices:

Hot food options are only available by pre-order. When ordering online, select your ticket(s) and click “checkout” then select the meal(s) desired. Vouchers will be provided at Will Call.
Ploughman’s Lunch – $5 – A hearty meal of fruit, cheese, fresh bread, and other savories
Merchant’s Meal – $10 – A delicious loaded meatball sub with fresh baked bread
Merchants Meal
Lord’s Fare – $15 – A meal fit for a lord! A generous portion of either spaghetti with meatballs or chicken fettuccine alfredo (your choice) with a side salad.
Lords Fare 2 Lords Fare

The Box:

If you’re interested in seeing the show in style, one lucky group of 1-6 people can reserve Richard Garriott de Cayeux’s private box at The Curtain each night.

Amenities include:
1) Privacy- The box is curtained off from other show patrons and offers privacy for your party.
2) Upgraded seating- The box features cushy chairs as opposed to our traditional wooden benches.
3) Great Vantage- The box is located center front at the top level and gives a great vantage point to all the action.
4) Food and Drink is Included- The box is so exclusive that it comes with complimentary food and drink.

The box is a steal at $100 for up to 4 guests, and is able to accommodate up to 6 guests for $150.

The box is now SOLD OUT for our Romeo and Juliet run. Book early for Lysistrata this summer and Robyn Hoode in the fall.

Please send your box booking request to with your name, party size, and desired date.

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