Alice in Wonderland Tickets – How to Proceed

Tickets for Alice in Wonderland

Perhaps you heard, we sold out the original four performances of Alice in Wonderland, then we added a Wednesday performance, and that is nearly sold out, too. Here are important considerations, though, if you’d like to see the show – because we all want you to see it!

We issue tickets for the 46 permanent seats and for 15 auxiliary seats, which are folding chairs. In truth, many children like to sit up front on pillows, and that frees up seats. And, we can set up more than 15 auxiliary seats. The process for getting into a show when the tickets are gone is to put your name on a waiting list. This can be done one hour before each performance, at the New Minowa Players Theatre, 906 South Mill Street, where the show is performed. We have rarely turned people away, although we can’t actually promise you’ll get in if you don’t have a ticket. People on the waiting list will be seated in the order their names appear on the list.

Questions should be addressed to Rick Scheffert, director at