Performance Policies

Late Seating Policy

BPP performances start promptly at the designated start time.

Late Seating is at the discretion of the house manager so as to not disturb patrons already watching the show.

Patrons leaving the seating area during the performance will be allowed to return to their seat at the discretion of the house manager so as to limit the disturbance for other patrons.

Children

As a theatre committed to new theatre, BPP’s productions are intended for adult audiences. Some productions may not be suitable for children. Please inquire at the box office if you have questions about a show’s content, language or themes.

Regardless of age, all children who attend must have a ticket. We ask that children attending BPP sit quietly throughout the entire performance. Please inform the box office if you will be attending with a child so they can assist you in making the best seating selection.

Food and Beverages

Concessions are available in the inner lobby before the show and during intermission and are allowed in the theater.

Electronic Equipment

Please turn off all cellular phones, watch alarms, and other sound-emitting devices before the performance so they do not disturb those around you. Cameras and recording equipment are strictly prohibited. Those caught using such devices will be escorted from the theater and their recordings confiscated.

Ticket Exchanges

Call us, we’re happy to help! (812) 323-3020

Lost Tickets

All of our tickets are digital, so there’s no way for you to lose them!

Running Time

Once a play has opened you may find out the running time by calling the administrative office at 812-334-1188

Smoking

Smoking is not permitted in the Ted Jones Playhouse. If smoking (fake cigarettes) will occur on stage as a part of the performance this will be posted in the lobby as well as any use of fog, gun shots or strobe lights.

Other Considerations

We want everyone to share in the enjoyment of BPP’s production, so we seek your help in respecting the needs of others. Coughing, while unavoidable, can be quite distracting. If your cough persists, consider excusing yourself to the lobby. And please unwrap any lozenges or other products before the performance starts. Also, many people are highly allergic to perfume, cologne, or scented products, so we ask that patrons avoid using them. We appreciate your kindness and understanding.

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