When you arrive at RCT, you’ll be greeted by friendly and knowledgeable staff and volunteers who will help you feel right at home.
Before your visit, check out the helpful tips below. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, reach out to us at 765-962-8011, we’d love to help.
Where should I park?
- Across the street on 10th and Main (two lots between Main and North A)
- In the public spaces at the Leland, off 10th street
- Street parking on Main and throughout the neighborhood
What should I wear?
Some see a trip to the theatre as a chance to wear their very best. If that’s you, go for it! Some are more comfortable in jeans and a sweater, which is fine, too. At RCT, you’ll see a range. Since it is live theatre, we appreciate it if our patrons land somewhere between formal wear (not necessary) and pajamas or lounge wear (not appropriate). Wear what makes you confident!
Where do I enter when I arrive?
Look for the marquee lights on the corner of 10th and Main, and come on in! You’ll find the Box Office and Will Call just inside the main doors.
Are there concessions/an intermission?
To see how long the show is, and if there will be an intermission, check out the Main Stage or Stage One pages to see individual show length. You can take covered beverages purchased from the concession stand into the theatre, but no food. No outside beverages, please.
What are the prices?
Tickets for Stage One shows start at $8 for children, and tickets for Main Stage start at $10 for upper balcony seats. Discounts are available for students and seniors as well. Head to our ticketing page to find out more, and don’t forget that the best option is likely a season membership to save money (plus you get to support local arts!).
What time do the shows start?
Are tickets available at the door?
Do I have to print my tickets at home?
What if I arrive late?
Is there accessible seating available?
Are all shows appropriate for all ages?
Many of them are, but to be sure, check out the specific show information on the Main Stage or Stage One pages. You’ll see a rating there for the show, similar to a movie rating. If you’re unsure, please contact us to learn more.