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Santa Monica College|Academic Programs|Theatre Arts|Studio Stage Productions

Studio Stage Productions

$1.00 Service Fee applies to EACH ticket purchased.
3.5% fee for credit card purchases.

Tickets can be pre-purchased:

  • In person from the Events Dept. in the Theatre Arts Box Office on campus
    10a-2p TWTh

  • Mail orders:
       Santa Monica College 
       Theatre Arts Dept.
       1900 Pico Blvd.
       Santa Monica, CA 90405
  • Drop Box:  Complete order form and leave in drop box by department office, Th Arts 117.

  • Phone orders:    (310) 434-4319
    (Monday-Friday: No orders taken after 4p on performance days)

  • Online:
    Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted.

       ONLINE FEES - In addition to the $1.00 per ticket service charge, the following fees will apply for website orders:

Ticket Price

Fee
(per ticket)

 
EXAMPLES:

Tickets purchased --
1 General Admission ($15) &
1 Preview ($8)
 
$15 x 3.5% + $2.00 = $2.52 online fee + $1.00 per ticket fee = $18.52

$8 x 3.5% + $1.50 = $1.78 online fee + $1.00 per ticket fee = $10.78
 
TOTAL TICKET SALE -- $29.30
____________________________
2 tickets @ $10/ea
 
$10 x 3.5% + $2.00 online fee + $1.00 per ticket fee = $13.35

$10 x 3.5% + $2.00 online fee + $1.00 per ticket fee = $13.35
 
TOTAL TICKET SALE -- $26.70
$00.00 - $9.99 3.5% + $1.50
$10.00 - $19.99 3.5% + $2.00
$20.00 - $29.99 3.5% + $2.50
$30.00 - $39.99 3.5% + $3.00
$40.00 - UP 3.5% + $3.50


Tickets can be purchased at the door, if available:

  • Theatre Arts Box Office       
    ►Opens:    45 minutes before curtain
    ►Closes:    30 minutes after curtain


Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE.
Exchanges are allowed with a $2 per ticket service charge PRIOR to the ticket date and time.


All performances are presented at:

 STUDIO STAGE
Santa Monica College
1900 Pico Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA  90405

All seats are unreserved.
LATE ARRIVALS seated at management discretion. No video feed offered in lobby area.

Map (Studio Stage is in the Theatre Arts building - upper right quadrant) 

 


  
Disney's ALADDIN Jr.
Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
Book Adapted and Additional Lyrics by Jim Luigs, Music Adapted and Arranged by Bryan Louiselle
Based on the Screenplay by Ron Clements and John Musker, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio
 
Welcome to Agrabah, and the Academy Award-winning adventure of the street rat that became a prince! Based on the animated film, Disney’s ALADDIN Jr. is sure to send audiences soaring on a flying carpet ride filled with colorful romance and wild adventure!

July 15, 16, 22, 23 @ 7:00 pm
July 16, 17, 23, 24 @ 1:00 pm
 
$10.00  General Admission
$  5.00  Children (3-12)
(Plus $1.00 service fee per ticket)
Children under 3 are free when seated on an adult's lap.

NOTES:  Above prices are the Advance Sale prices. At-the-door prices will be an additional $3.00.
  
Unreserved seating
 
  
NOTE: 
Please review the additional fees above. 
Children tickets cannot be purchased online. Please call (310) 434-4319 to purchase children tickets.
 
 
 

 


 

QUARTET: Samuel Beckett's short plays

Come and Go * What Where * Catastrophe * Quad 

By Samuel Beckett

2016 

 
OCTOBER 28, 29, NOVEMBER 4, 5 @ 8:00 pm
OCTOBER 30, NOVEMBER 5, 6 @ 2:00 pm
NOVEMBER 3, 6 @ 7:00 pm

$10    General Admission - Advance Sale
$13    General Admission - At-the-Door
(Plus $1.00 service charge per ticket)

Unreserved seating
  
 
NOTE:  Please review the additional fees above.   
(Tickets will go on sale September, 2016)
 

 

Musical Theatre Workshop

Final presentation showcases a variety of musical theatre numbers.

2016 

 
NOVEMBER 18, & 19 @ 8:00 pm
NOVEMBER 19 & 20 @ 2:00 pm

$10    General Admission - Advance Sale
$13    General Admission - At-the-Door
(Plus $1.00 service charge per ticket)

Unreserved seating
  
 
NOTE:  Please review the additional fees above.   
(Tickets will go on sale September, 2016)
 

 

Performed - November 2012 & February 2013

HEART MOUNTAIN
By G. Bruce Smith and Perviz Sawoski

In the wake of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President FDR authorized the relocation of over 100,000 persons of Japanese descent to internment camps in remote areas of the country. Through text, music, dance and powerful imagery, Heart Mountain chronicles the life of a family in one such camp as it struggles to maintain dignity.

DVD copies of a dress rehearsal 'performance' are available for purchase.