DIGITAL TICKETS
HEALTH & SAFETY (updated Jan 2022)
GENERAL
CONTACTING PLAYMAKERS


DIGITAL TICKETS

How do I access my digital tickets?

PlayMakers has transitioned to all-digital tickets, for safety reasons and to help us go a little more green. This means your phone is your ticket! Accessing your digital tickets is easy:

  • Click MY TICKETS at the top of our website.
  • Log in with the email address you created when buying your tickets. If you purchased your tickets by phone or at our Box Office, create an account using the same email address where you received your order confirmation.
  • Click on the show you’re about to see.
  • Show the QR code on your phone to the usher. That’s it!
  • Watch a short how-to video HERE

    What if I want to print out my tickets?

    For “The Skin of Our Teeth” all patrons were also sent an email with a printable ticket. Print out that email and bring it in. If you cannot locate the email, please email prcboxoffice@unc.edu or call 919.962.7529.

  • QR code won’t print – Be sure Print Background Images is enabled in your printer settings!
  • HEALTH & SAFETY (updated Jan 2022)

    JANUARY 2022 UPDATE

  • In light of the Omicron COVID surge, and our interest to protect the health & safety of our patrons, artists, staff, and students for whom our theatre is a professional learning environment, PlayMakers Repertory Company will be requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination (physical or digital copy) or a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of a performance, along with matching photo ID. UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff may present their campus One Card to demonstrate proof of compliance.This change will be effective with all performances of “Stick Fly” and “Yoga Play” (Feb 23-Mar 13, 2022). We will be monitoring the latest guidance from state and University health officials for the remainder of the 21/22 season.Mask wearing will continue to be required of all patrons, staff, artists, and students (except actors while on stage) in all of our indoor spaces.
  • PlayMakers remains committed to the safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, as well as to giving our artists and staff the ability to get back to work safely. As part of this commitment, we are INCREASING THE NUMBER OF SOCIALLY DISTANCED PERFORMANCES FOR “STICK FLY” TO TEN. Please click HERE for details.
  • In addition, all performances will be capped at 300 audience capacity for the full run of “Stick Fly”.
  • We are increasing enforcement of mask wearing while inside our spaces.
  • What are your health & safety measures in the 21/22 season?

  • All patrons will be required to wear masks at all times while inside the Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art. This rule will be strictly enforced throughout the theatre and lobby spaces.
  • With the exception of onstage performances, artists, crew, and staff are also required to wear masks.
  • PlayMakers is a fully vaccinated Company, and our artists and staff are required to be tested regularly for COVID-19.
  • Increased sanitation measures and protocols include:
      o Touch free electronic ticketing
      o Digital playbills
      o Hand sanitizers throughout the Center for Dramatic Art
      o More frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces
      o HEPA filtration units installed throughout our spaces
      o Acrylic guards at the Box Office

    Will audiences be required to show proof of vaccination?

    JAN 2022 UPDATE: In light of the Omicron COVID surge, and our interest to protect the health & safety of our patrons, artists, staff, and students for whom our theatre is a professional learning environment, PlayMakers Repertory Company will be requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination (physical or digital copy) or a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of a performance, along with matching photo ID. UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff may present their campus One Card to demonstrate proof of compliance.This change will be effective with all performances of “Stick Fly” and “Yoga Play” (Feb 23-Mar 13, 2022). We will be monitoring the latest guidance from state and University health officials for the remainder of the 21/22 season.

    Will seating be socially distanced?

  • JAN 2022 UPDATE: We have created 10 socially distanced performances for the production of “Stick Fly,” and are capping audience capacity at 300 for the entire run of this production.
    At this time, remaining performances in Spring 2022 have TWO socially distanced performances during each production. These are scheduled for the Thursday preview, and 3rd Tuesday of each production. Any changes will be posted on our website, on social media, and emailed to patrons.
  • What should I do if I’m not feeling well?

    For the safety of all our artists, patrons, and staff, if you feel unwell, please stay home. You may call our Box Office and ask to be reseated for another performance, or request a refund up to 48 hour before your ticketed performance.

    What will happen if you have to cancel performances due to COVID-19 circumstances?

  • We learned some important lessons last season, and if we are able to capture high quality recordings we will do so. If we are unable to capture performances, you would have the same options as last season:
      o You can donate the value of your tickets back to PlayMakers (we are so grateful many of you did last year as that enabled us to continue paying staff and doing some great virtual work)
      o You can put the value of your tickets on a gift certificate for future use, or
      o You can receive a refund.

    We will notify all patrons of any cancellations as soon as they are announced, so please make sure we have a correct email address for you. We will also post updates on Facebook and Twitter.

  • Will there be an intermission for performances, and what are the guidelines?

  • Some performances will have intermissions. This information will be made available at least two weeks before each production opens, and posted on our website. You can also call our Box Office for details.
  • At this time, all patrons are required to wear face coverings while inside the Center for Dramatic Art, which includes the entire performance and any intermission(s). There is an outdoor patio where patrons can enjoy intermission.
  • GENERAL

    I’m a subscriber; will I still be able to get the same seat I’ve had in years past?

  • Yes, most subscribers will be able to keep seats they were assigned in the 2019/20 season. We are offering two socially distanced performances during each production, so a few subscribers may be assigned similar seats. Subscribers can renew their tickets between August 4 and September 9, 2021.
  • How can I become a new subscriber this season?

  • You can purchase a new subscription beginning August 4. Your seating assignments will be emailed to you in September.
  • I still have a gift certificate balance. Can I use it on tickets this season?

  • Yes, gift certificate balances due to COVID-19 cancellations will be accepted this season. You may redeem your gift certificate when making your purchase online (your gift certificate number was emailed to you at the time of cancellation). If you don’t have that information, please call our Box Office at 919.962.7529.
  • Will concessions be sold in the 21/22 season?

  • Concessions are not planned to be offered during the production of “The Skin of Our Teeth” in Fall 2021. We will announce plans for Spring 2022 shows at a later date.
  • What if I have to miss my performance date?

  • If you know you will miss a performance date, we can exchange your ticket for you, based on availability. Please call our Box Office at least 48 hours before your scheduled performance, and please be aware that all exchanges are based on availability and a fee or additional cost may apply. Subscribers may exchange their tickets with no additional fee, but additional cost may apply with a change in performance or section.
  • Is there still an option to watch performances online?

  • We are excited that live, in-person performances are returning to the Paul Green Theatre stage for the 21/22 season.
  • If we need to make changes to our live, in-person performances, we will record and make available shows for virtual streaming, when allowed.
  • We will also continue to offer some virtual events, such such as “Virtually, Viv” artist conversations, and Mike Wiley’s “Higher Ground Journeys,” conversations about race, justice, and social equity. Information about our virtual programs will be posted on our website, and social media.
  • Are you still having Community Night performances?

  • No. Based on patron feedback, we have changed our seating map to increase the availability of our most affordable tickets for every performance, so that patrons can have as much flexibility as possible in selecting their performances. As we take audience safety very seriously, we will not have General Admission performances this season.
  • AUDIENCE SERVICES

    How will I receive updates on my performances and Playmakers’ new COVID guidelines?

  • As always, we strive to provide any updates and information that we have to you as quickly as possible. We will email all ticketed patrons about changes to their performance(s). Please make sure we have an updated email address and phone number. To avoid emails from falling into a spam folder, please mark PlayMakers Repertory Company as a “safe sender”. We will also post updates on social media, so we encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, @playmakersrep
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    How do I get in touch with Playmakers if I have additional questions?

  • For quickest response, please email, prcboxoffice@unc.edu or call 919.962.7529 MWF between 12-5 p.m.
  • Will the Box Office be open?

  • The Box Office is planned to be open MWF, from 12-5 p.m., starting August 4, 2021.