Ticket orders can be taken by phone at 785/864-3982 or at the University Theatre Ticket Office, weekdays from noon - 5:00 p.m.
In consideration of our actors and other audience members, children age five and under are not allowed in the hall during performances. All patrons, even children, must have a ticket to attend performances.
|Performance||Theatre||Public||Sr/KU Faculty||All Students|
|Dog Sees God||Inge||$15||$14||$10|
|Into the Woods||CPT||$20||$19||$10|
|If the Whole Body Dies||Inge||$10||$9||$5|
The University Theatre Ticket Office is open from noon - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and one hour before curtain time for all performances. Tickets for all individual productions can be purchased at the KU ticket offices at Murphy Hall and the Lied Center.
Charge by Phone
Call The University Theatre Ticket Office at 785-864-3982 from noon - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, using a major credit card. There is a $3.00 service charge for phone orders.
To order tickets online, click HERE and you will be taken to the KU Theatre performances calendar. Click the month, event, and date of the performance for which you want tickets and you will be taken to the ticket order page for that event. All online orders include a $5.00 service fee.
No refunds. Exchanges can only be made for another performance of the same production on a space-available basis with 24 hour notification. Exchanges can only be made during daytime box office hours.The University Theatre Ticket Office
1530 Naismith Drive
Murphy Hall Room 311
Lawrence, KS 66045
Open Monday through Friday noon - 5:00 p.m.
Open one hour before curtain time for each performance
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The University Theatre Ticket Office, The Crafton-Preyer Theatre and the William Inge Memorial Theatre are located inside Murphy Hall, 1530 Naismith Drive, on the KU Campus in Lawrence, Kansas. Murphy Hall has a circle drive at its main entrance. The main entrance is a row of nine glass doors. Through the glass doors and to the left is the University Theatre Ticket Office and to the right is the Crafton-Preyer Theatre. Straight ahead, up the ramp, then to the right and down a long hallway is the William Inge Memorial Theatre, at the end of the hall on the right.
From I-70 (also known as the Kansas Turnpike) Take the West Lawrence exit (#202). After passing through the tollbooth, continue straight ahead (south) on what becomes Iowa Street (Highway 59) until you reach 15th Street (stoplight, large dormitories on the left). Turn left (east) onto 15th Street. At Naismith Drive (four way stop), turn right. This immediately takes you along the west side of Murphy Hall, which is the main entrance.
From K-10. Heading west on K-10 from the Kansas City area, K-10 turns into 23rd Street as you approach Lawrence. Stay on 23rd Street until you reach Naismith Drive (stoplight, Burger King is on the left). Turn right (north) onto Naismith Drive. The road is a divided boulevard. Once you come to the end of the divided road, Murphy Hall is directly ahead. Turn left at the stop sign. Road (still called Naismith) curves right and immediately takes you along the west side of Murphy Hall, which is the main entrance.
For evening and/or weekend performances, free parking is available in the open air lots west of Murphy Hall and in the KU Parking Facility, southwest of Murphy Hall. The parking garage is accessible to persons using wheelchairs. During daytime ticket office hours, this parking garage is available for visitors at the rate of $1.00 per hour.
For the entire 2012-13 season, all KU students are required to present a valid KU/ID at the door for admission at each event.
Special seating for persons using wheelchairs is available upon request. Assisted audio equipment, for patrons in need of assistance in hearing, is available from the University Theatre Ticket Office for productions in the Crafton-Preyer Theatre. If you have special needs, please make prior arrangements with us by calling 785/864-3982/TTY 785/864-2777. The University Theatre can arrange for sign language interpretation of performances if given two weeks advance notice.