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Oz for 5 bucks Audience Dress

Do you have a big family that is expensive to entertain? You're in luck, because this week it is only $5.00 donation (per person) to attend the Audience Dress Rehearsal of the Wizard of Oz. You’ll see the same great show that others will see for a higher price on other nights, but with all the fun of a lower ticket cost. This is a one-night only opportunity for you, which gives the performers a chance to have a final rehearsal in front of a real audience before their regular performances begin, helping them to improve their performances for later.

Audience Dress Rehearsal at Lamp-Lite theatre is a popular part of the Nacogdoches social scene. Try it today!

Date: July 10, 2014 (Thursday)
Curtain up: 7:30 – arrive early for a good seat!

In the Nacogdoches Area purchase tickets in advance at:
The Convention and Visitors Bureau 936-564-7351
Fitness 360 936-569-0068
Glass Castle 936-560-3249

(CHECKS OR SEASON TICKETS
AT THE OUTLETS PLEASE)

PATRONS OUTSIDE THE NACOGDOCHES AREA
RESERVE A TICKET BY:

CALLING
936-564-8300

TICKET PRICES:
Minors, Students = $8.00
Seniors (60 and over) = $12.00
All Others = $15.00

Season Ticket:
(Good for six admissions to the plays of your choice throughout the season)
Students = $40.00
Seniors (60 and over) = $65.00
Regular = $80.00

The Box Office Accepts;
Cash, Check, Season Tickets, Visa or Master Card

The Outlets require;
Check or Season Ticket

(LOCATION)
Lamp-Lite Theatre
4210 Lamp-Lite Lane
P.O. Box 630446
75963-0446

Lamp-Lite Theatre is located on the west side of Nacogdoches, Texas at the junction of US59 and Old Tyler Road (FM1638). You need to know that US59 is incorporated in the west portion of Loop 224 that surrounds Nacogdoches. Lamp-Lite Theatre is nestled in the trees at the very end of Lamp-Lite Lane. Lamp-Lite Lane intersects Old Tyler Road at the north east quadrant of the junction of US59 and Old Tyler Road. Lamp-Lite Lane is a short black top street that runs between the Grace Baptist Church on the left and a Texas State Forrest Service Compound on the right.