Special Performances

Let our special events add to your Loft Theatre experience.

Schedule your subscription or order your single tickets to take advantage of these special nights and occasions, at no extra cost.

Thursday Night Preview

Get the first look at the shows before they officially open, and enjoy the benefit of a discounted ticket price.

Inside Track

Come early and enjoy “Inside Track,” a discussion with the director 45 minutes before the curtain in the Loft Theatre lobby.

Friday Opening Night

After the final bows, stay and mingle with the cast at the post-show Opening Night Party with complimentary food provided by our friends at Far Hills Catering in the Loft lobby.

"Sawbuck Sunday"

At 5:00 p.m., all available seats are $10.00 cash (a “sawbuck”). Tickets are available at the Loft Box Office day of show for walk up sales only.

Lite Fare at the Loft

No need to rush through dinner before heading to the theatre. On the first Tuesday performance of the run of each production, you can enjoy great food and drink in the Loft Theatre lobby before the show. Inexpensive gourmet sandwiches, delicious desserts and other quick food items will be provided for purchase by Citilites restaurant, with special beers and wines featured at the bar. Service starts at 5:30 p.m. to accommodate the 7:00 p.m. curtain.

Signed and Audio Described Performances

On the second Saturday evening of every production, patrons who are visually or hearing-impaired may experience the full effect of live theatre with services provided by Miami Valley Interpreters, LLC and professional audio describers.

Note: Subscribers who wish to take advantage of this service should request this specific performance (2nd Saturdays at 8:00 p.m.). Single ticket buyers must provide Ticket Center Stage with two weeks advance notice prior to attending. See individual Performance Schedules for specific dates.

"While We're on the Subject" Talk-Back

This Sunday matinee talk-back is for theatre lovers who want to see beyond the footlights. Attend the performance, then stick around for the post-show discussion with the cast and local experts on the play’s subject matter.