Fine arts introduces e-tickets for auditorium events

Megan Norman, Reporter

The fine arts department is now selling tickets for all of their productions online.

Tickets are available at any time of day and can make the process much more convenient for not only staff, but also families, supporters, and even the whole community, according to theatre teacher Jennifer Ettinger.

“It was just a little bit of a mess,” Ettinger said. “It needed to be someone’s full time job and we don’t have a position for that and so it was getting a little too much for us. So we were like ‘how can we streamline this process and make it easier for everybody, for us and for people buying tickets?’”  

Fine arts paraprofessional Ellen Kershaw, who helps manage ticket sales, said it is best to order ahead of time to get the best seating available.

“Tickets will still be available at the door, but there is a little bit of risk there and those tickets will be assigned to general admission areas, mostly in the balconies,” Kershaw said. “So if people really want reserved seating in the center section or the front or something like that then they need to get their tickets online.”

Tickets are available at, where users can view different performances that are selling tickets and select the preferred seating and number of tickets. Online ticketing will be available for many different auditorium events, like vocal music events and theatre performances.