What do I need to bring to watch the show?
- Please bring lawn chairs or blankets for your seating. There will be bleacher seating at the very front, but there will be limited seats available. All seating is General Admission, and will be first-come, first-serve. We will have a section reserved for our Season Ticket Holders as well.
- Masks are highly encouraged for all patrons.
- We also encourage you to bring hand sanitizer of your own, though we will have some on hand at the event.
Is there an admission charge?
Letters From Home performances will require a ticket ($20). We encourage those tickets to be purchased in advance at CraneRiverTheater.org, as we have limited seating available.
All accompanying events are free of charge.
When should I arrive?
Admission Gates for Letters From Home performances will open at 6:00 pm. We encourage you to arrive early, if possible, in order to avoid having a large group of people waiting right before showtime.
The show will begin at 7:00 pm and runs for approximately an hour and 30 minutes.
On Friday, Sept. 11th, and Saturday, Sept. 12, we will pause all admission lines during the Presentation of Colors and National Anthem from approximately 6:30-6:45 pm.
All other events beyond the performances are open to come and go as you please during their scheduled times.
How do I pick up my ticket?
Admission will be broken into 3 lines – one for purchasing tickets, and two for Will Call.
If you have purchased tickets in advance, please use a Will Call line. At the admission table, give your name to the volunteer, and they will check you in. If you have purchased a concession package, you will be directed to the concession stand. If you did not purchase a concession package, you’ll be directed to an usher on the hillside.
How do I pick up my concession package?
Once you check in at Will Call, you will be given vouchers to claim your concession packages. Take your vouchers to the concession stand and exchange them for your concession packages. This pickup will be contactless.
Will there be restrooms available?
We will have portable toilets on hand for this production. A volunteer can direct you to them. The park bathrooms in the ERC building across the bridge will also be open, and we encourage you to practice social distancing if you use them.
Where should I park?
Parking will be available in the north lot by the Peterson Senior Center, the south lot by the playground/water pad, and along the east side of Yanney Boulevard. Please continue to practice social distancing when you are in the parking lots and on the sidewalks.