Back-to-school season is upon us, and everyone knows how crazy this time of year is for families. Get ahead of the game now by setting aside some time for your family with The Children’s Theatre (TCT) of Cincinnati.
Single tickets for TCT’s 2019-20 MainStage season go on sale August 30, and this is one milestone season you won’t want to miss.
The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s 2019-20 MainStage season promises to be full of childlike wonder and fun, starting with the friendliest ghost-boy around, Casper (October 12-20, 2019), the rag-tag crew of Peanuts kids in A Charlie Brown Christmas (December 7-15, 2019), the plucky redhead and her friends in Annie Jr. (February 29-March 8, 2020) or the extraordinary magic-maker Matilda (April 25-May 3, 2020). This season’s shows will surely inspire and entertain audiences both young and old — but especially children.
There are three ways to order tickets for MainStage Performances at the Taft Theatre once single tickets go on sale on August 30th:
- Online: www.ticketmaster.com
- By phone: 800-745-3000
- In person:
- At the Taft Theatre: Monday through Friday, 11 am-3 pm. Located at 317 E. 5th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Tickets purchased at the Taft Theatre box office using a credit card will incur a $2 service fee. Tickets purchased with cash will remain free of any service charges.
- At The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati, Red Bank Road Ticket Office: Monday through Friday, 10 am-4 pm. Located at 4015 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227. A $3 per ticket fee applies. (The Ticket Office is closed for lunch each weekday from 12-1 pm).
Please note: every person, regardless of age, needs a ticket. Children 12 months and younger who do not need a seat and will sit on a caretaker’s lap are required to have an Infant Lap Pass for each show in every seating location throughout the theater. Single tickets for TCT’s Main Stage shows range from $10-$35, and Infant Lap Passes are just $8.
Can’t decide which show to see? Get your family season tickets – you’ll save money and, more importantly, have some regular quality family time on your busy calendar.