This year, we want to recognize the generosity of our administration, granting agencies, audiences, and donors with a theme that captures our feeling each time you come to see us: Welcome Home.
With the renovation of the Maedgen Theatre—highlighted beautifully by our April production of Sweet Charity—our new Theatre & Dance Complex is complete. Knowing the immense talent of our students, and now, what our new spaces can foster, we chose a lineup for our 2023/2024 season that will show off both— using all the spaces in our spectacular new facility.
This space belongs to all of us.
From classic tales of betrayal and lust to provocative family dramas to a zany disco that becomes the unwitting target of Greek gods who love nothing more than to create havoc, this season is one that I know you will enjoy.
In addition to our 6-show lineup, we will fill these new spaces with several “outside-the season” events like Frontier Festival, celebrating new student-driven works; the New Canon Reading Series, an engaging look at today's newest plays and playwrights; and a host of other surprises. Go ahead! Get a subscription. It's ridiculously inexpensive. And join us for another great season of theatre and dance.
Welcome home, indeed.
2023-2024 SUBSCRIPTION SEASON
2023-2024 PERFORMANCE INFORMATION
Curtain times for the 2023-2024 season are 7:30pm Tuesday-Saturday and 2:00pm Sunday.
All performances will take place in the Maedgen Theatre & Dance Complex located at 2812 18th Street between Boston and Flint Avenues.
Individual ticket prices are $20 for musicals (The Threepenny Opera and Xanadu) and $15 for plays and dance. Texas Tech faculty and staff may purchase $10 tickets to any performance. Students with a valid ID may purchase $5 tickets to any performance. Free student rush tickets are available on a limited basis to Texas Tech students one hour prior to curtain time on the day of the performance.
More information about Frontier Fest will be released later in the Fall 2023 semester.
A New Canon Reading Series explores new works by underrepresented authors. Admission is free and open to the public. Reservations are recommended and can be made by contacting the box office. Dates and titles will be available soon.
Season ticket packages can be ordered online or by calling the box office.
The Maedgen Theatre Box Office, located on the east side of the Maedgen Theatre & Dance Complex, is available by email or phone (806-742-3603). On performance days, the box office opens 1-hour prior to curtain.
REFUND AND EXCHANGE POLICY: There are no refunds. Ticket buyers may exchange tickets to a different performance of the same production, if available.
The Texas Tech University School of Theatre & Dance reserves the right to change play selections due to performance rights availability or other unforeseen circumstances.
Questions? Send us an email or call 806.742.3603.