What are your hours?
The box office is open Monday – Friday from 12 to 6 p.m. During productions, the box office is open 90 minutes before curtain through intermission.
Can I reserve over the phone?
Yes, you can reserve tickets and pay with a credit card. Give us a call at (262) 633-4218.
Can I put tickets on hold and pay later?
We will hold tickets for up to three days without payment. After three days, if payment is not made, the tickets will be released.
Can I pay at the door?
You may purchase tickets at the door, and most often they are available (check with the box office). During productions, the box office is open 90 minutes before curtain through intermission. However, you may not reserve tickets in advance and pay for them at the door.
What if I buy a ticket and then have a conflict and can’t attend?
We have a liberal exchange policy. As long as you call to release your seat prior to the performance, we can exchange your ticket or, if that proves impossible, we send you a letter, for tax purposes, acknowledging the donation of your ticket to the theatre.
What if there is bad weather on the day of a performance?
The Racine Theatre Guild does NOT cancel or reschedule performances due to inclement weather. Patrons are urged to make every effort to attend
the performance for which they hold tickets. Should this prove impossible, call the Box Office at (262) 633-4218 before the performance to make alternate arrangements. Requests made after a performance has taken place will not be granted.
What is the minimum age for the senior discount?
What ages are eligible for the student rate?
21 and under, whether or not the person is actually a student.
What is the minimum quantity for a group?
Group rates begin at a quantity of 12. The larger the group, the greater the discount given.
When I order online, why can’t I get discounts (for seniors, students, subscribers, groups)?
Our online ticketing system isn’t yet sophisticated enough to handle discounts. All online tickets are processed at the adult nonsubscriber rate. This is clearly stated on our website, just before you begin the ordering process. A convenience fee also applies to online orders. To get the discounts and avoid the fee, call (262) 633-4218 to place your order. Please note, the box office is unable to adjust orders placed online.
I blocked tickets online, and now I can’t get back to them. What happened?
If you block tickets and then leave that page to check the seating chart on our website, you will not be able to get back to those seats. They will be blocked for 20 minutes. Next time, view the seating chart without getting out of the program, by clicking where it says, “click here to refer to seating map.”
Can I order season tickets or purchase flex passes online?
No, but you can print the order forms from our website to fill out and return to RTG by mail, fax or email scan.
What are flex passes?
Coupons that you exchange for tickets to RTG main-stage plays and musicals. There are no restrictions on their use, so you may redeem them all at one performance, use them one at a time, or share with friends. Purchasers of flex passes are considered season ticket holders and are entitled to discounts on additional tickets purchased throughout the season. For more information, visit our Flex Pass and Gift Certificates page or call (262) 633-4218.
Are there different prices for different seating areas in the auditorium?
No, all seats are equal. There are different prices, however, depending on performance time, play vs. musical, and age of ticket holder, and for subscribers and groups.
Which are the best seats?
With our thrust stage and five seating sections, there are no bad seats in the house. Plus, no obstructions! We recommend trying a few different areas to find what works best for you.
How do I reserve a headset for the hearing enhancement system?
We do not take advance reservations for these. When you arrive, simply go to the concession stand and sign out a unit. There is no charge.
Do you sell food and beverages?
Yes, concessions are sold in the lobby before curtain and during intermission. We offer a variety of candy bars and nuts, cookies, soda, bottled water, wine and beer.
Can I bring food and drink into the auditorium?
As of 2016, you can now bring your drink into the theatre! Just purchase a Racine Theatre Guild glass and cover when you purchase your beverage.
Concessions are also allowed in the auditorium for Jean’s Jazz Series, Comedy Tonight and some special events.
Can I bring flowers or gifts for cast and crew members?
The giving of flowers or gifts to cast and crew members while on stage is strictly prohibited. However, patrons are invited to meet the cast downstairs
in the green room following the performance and can give them gifts at that point.
What restaurants are in the area?
We recommend the restaurants advertising in our playbill: get classic bar and grill food at Yardarm, grab a drink at Uncorkt, try a slice at Mike & Angelo’s, pick-up a kringle from O & H Bakery, and taste the gelato at Divino Gelato Cafe!
There are many other restaurants within 10 minutes of the theatre that are downtown and on Highway 20. Our friends at RealRacine has some great suggestions too!
Can I rent out your facility?
Yes! Our theatre can be used for private concerts, fundraisers, weddings, business symposiums, parties, or meetings. Due to our busy schedule, availability may be limited so be sure to check your dates early! Learn more about our facility here and contact Teri at (262) 633-1250 or email@example.com for more details.
Do you pay actors?
All of our actors are volunteers. Open auditions are held before every RTG production so that interested community members may try out for plays. Previous acting experience is not required.
How do I volunteer?
Volunteers are the life and blood of the Racine Theatre Guild. With help needed in areas from acting to light techs to costume design to ushers, we always welcome new people. For more information on positions and volunteering, click here.
How do I audition for a musical?
RTG has open auditions and experience is not required. Depending on the size of the musical, you will you need to make an appointment to audition. Musical auditions have three components: singing, acting and dancing. You must prepare a song and bring the sheet music with you for our accompanist. When you arrive for your audition, you’ll fill out an information card. You will sing your selected song, read from the script, and group dance audition.
How do I audition for a play?
RTG has open auditions and does not pre-cast. Experience is not required. Come at the announced time, fill out a card, and the director will have you read from the script. These are cold readings. You may pick up a script in advance to get familiar with characters and plot. A $10 refundable deposit is charged when you take a script out of the building.