Questions You May Have About Your Subscription
When do tickets go on sale?
Orders may be submitted online via the online order form for each venue. Subscribers and people on the wait list will receive a brochure in the mail. Subscribers are given a two week “grace period” in which their Series subscription is guaranteed.
Applications for Series tickets from those on the waiting list are accepted on a “first come, first served” basis in order of the time and date that they are received.
When do I get my tickets?
Can I Buy Individual Tickets?
How do I get on the waiting list?
What kind of seating is available?
How do I get reserved seating?
What if I need handicapped seating?
If you are in a wheelchair, please make that comment when ordering tickets. Chairs are removed to make room for wheelchairs and it helps the theater staff to know how many spaces are needed. Wheelchair patrons are encouraged to arrive by 7:45pm to ensure they are well settled by the beginning of the performance at 8:00pm.
If you only need handicapped seating temporarily, please call the office and we will make arrangements to move you into handicapped seating for as long as your mobility is impaired.
Is there any support for the hearing impaired?
Can I go to a different event than is shown on my ticket?
However, MPSF has devoted a page of this site to our subscribers to post messages of trade with one another. Go to the “Ticket Exchange” for a simple bulletin board where our subscribers may leave or review offers to trade tickets. This forum allows subscribers to deal directly with one another to facilitate trading their tickets.
NOTE: Ticket Exchange is not available to subscribers looking to sell tickets or non-subscribers looking to buy tickets. Any postings mentioning money will be deleted.
How Long Is Each Lecture?
What do I do if I’ve lost my ticket?
If you forgot your ticket on the way to the venue, please go directly to Will Call between 7pm – 8pm. The subscriber, or purchaser of the tickets, just needs to provide photo identification and we can replace the tickets. This process is a bit slower, and calling ahead is encouraged.