Tickets

CHECK BACK IN EARLY JULY FOR TICKETS TO OUR NEXT PRODUCTION:

les mis school edition

Performed entirely by students
A musical by ALAIN BOUBLIL and CLAUDE-MICHEL SCHÖNBERG
School Edition specially adapted and licensed by

MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL and CAMERON MACKINTOSH (OVERSEAS) LTD

Performances at STAGES Youth Theater

Friday July 13
Saturday July 14 

Sunday July 15

Ticketing Information:

All general admission tickets for all ages are $13.00 each, and may be purchased in advance once sales open (advance reservations strongly recommended).  Remaining tickets will be sold at the door, one hour prior to show times.

All performances take place at STAGES Youth Theater (202 Woodford Street, Portland, ME).  A large parking lot is available on-site, with additional (un-metered) parking on residential side streets. The main entrance to the theater is located on the parking lot side of the building. ADA-Accessible parking is located in the rear of the STAGES/Woodford’s Congregational Church campus, where there is also an elevator available for those requiring use of  it. The theater and restrooms are on the ground/basement level.

ACCESSIBILITY CONCERNS: After purchasing your tickets,  please let us know (hello@stagesacademy.com) if anyone in your party requires special seating consideration (aisle seats, wheelchair accommodation, etc) and STAGES will work with you to make sure your party is seated comfortably.


AGE RESTRICTIONS:
A detailed age recommendation will be released closer to show time. However, please remember that, as a courtesy to our student performers and fellow audience members, it is STAGES’ policy to not admit infants, toddlers or young children ages 4 and under into any mainstage performance.

If you have any questions about ticketing for this production, please contact us at hello@stagesacademy.com or (207) 699-3330.


“Being involved in putting on a production teaches lifelong skills.  Those who are involved for longer periods of time, or in more productions; they learn to deal with adversity, appreciate diversity, collaborate and get exposed different personalities, understand the correlation of work ethic to results, learn to expect the unexpected, and generally have better coping skills as a result… Continue reading Kristina Boissonneault, STAGES Parent

Kristina Boissonneault, STAGES Parent

“Thank you STAGES for helping me make friends. Thank you for helping me come out of my shell. Thank you for providing a safe place for me to explore myself and my art.”

Brooke Papineau, STAGES Alum