- $19 for adults
- $16 for seniors (65+) and students (through college)
STAGE Subscriptions (Season Tickets)
We offer season subscriptions at the start of each new season. Subscriptions are a great way to show your ongoing support for provocative live theater, and offer the following benefits:
- Advance seat-selection for all shows. Here’s how it works: Tickets for individual shows go on sale to the general public approximately two weeks before opening. Approximately two weeks prior to public sale, subscribers receive an email with a link inviting them to reserve their seats via our Web site.
- Free admission to all STAGE Showcase productions and to other special events, as announced.
STAGE Showcase Prices
- $14 for adults
- $10 for Seniors and Students
- Free for STAGE subscribers (subs still available! — see above)
Advance tickets for Willamette Stage productions are available only through our website, and may be purchased up until two hours before curtain time. On performance dates, tickets are available at the theater starting one hour before curtain.
Ticket purchases made through the website will be confirmed by an email, including a code that will allow the box office to confirm your seat selection if you don’t have the printable ticket generated by the Web purchase.
If you’re unable to pay by credit card or if you need ticketing assistance, please leave a message on our Box Office phone line, at 541.368.7092 and one of our volunteers will call you back.
How to find us
Most performances take place in the intimate Black Box theatre at Corvallis High School, 1400 NW Buchanan Avenue. Click here for a map.
Getting to the theatre: The best parking and access to the theatre at the high school is via the 11th Street entrance. The theatre entrance is immediately inside the East entrance to the school.
Parking can be tight on evenings when high school activities are going on; check the CHS activity calendar to see if you need to arrive early to find parking.
Photo in header: Barbara Berge in The Road to Mecca (2011)
Photo credit: Jay Thompson, Photographic Solutions