Season tickets available starting September 3. Prices are $60 for adults, $40 for senior citizens or WFU faculty/staff, and $30 for students. Subscribers can all the box office to reserve their seat per production on or after the dates indicated below for each show. Click to view our season brochure.

Ticket prices for individual productions are $20 for adults, $15 for senior citizens, and $10 for students. Tickets are available 2 weeks before each production opens as noted below.

Recording and photography are not allowed at any performance.



This page will be updated with 2024-2025 information soon.

Tickets available starting September 5.

Witness for the Prosecution

by Agatha Christie

directed by Sharon Andrews

September 22-23 & 28-30 at 7:30 pm

September 24 & October 1 at 2:00 pm

Tedford Stage, Scales Fine Arts Center

The remarkable Agatha Christie is perhaps the world’s most famous mystery writer. Her works are reportedly outsold only by Shakespeare and the Bible.

Leonard Vole, a young man admittedly strapped for money, is accused of murdering a wealthy older woman. The high-profile trial has London buzzing and many are curious about Leonard’s enigmatic German wife that he rescued and brought to London after the war. This thrilling courtroom drama with its twists and shocks has long kept theatre goers on the edge of their seats dying to know, “guilty or not guilty”.

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom

Based upon the book by Lynda Blackmon Lowery

As told to Elspeth Leacock and Susan Buckley

Developed by Ally Sheedy

Adapted for the Stage by Fracaswell Hyman

Directed by Jackie Alexander

October 27-28 & November 2-4 at 7:30 pm

October 29 & November 5 at 2:00 pm

Tedford Stage, Scales Fine Arts Center

“My story is about being able to help change things no matter what your age.” — Lynda Blackmon Lowery

Alongside Martin Luther King Jr. and her neighbors and friends, teenage Lynda Blackmon Lowery walked from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama during the Voting Rights March of 1965 on her 15th birthday. Jailed nine times before the March and badly beaten on Bloody Sunday, Lowery’s powerful story is filled with sorrow and inspiration. Based on Lowery’s memoir, traditional and original Gospel and Freedom songs frame the journey of a brave young American heroine.

A joint production of the Wake Forest University Department of Theatre & Dance and the Loire Valley Theatre Festival. This project is supported in part by funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Tickets available starting October 10. Box Office will be closed October 12-15 due to Fall Break.
Tickets available starting January 30.

Sense and Sensibility

by Kate Hamill

based on the novel by Jane Austen

directed by J.K. Curry

February 16-17 & 22-24 at 7:30 pm

February 18 & 25 at 2:00 pm

Ring Theatre, Scales Fine Arts Center

Sense and Sensibility is a fun and lively adaptation of the classic novel. The Dashwood sisters—sensible, restrained Elinor and emotional, romantic Marianne—both engage in the high stakes game (more or less obligatory for women of their time and social class) of securing a suitable husband. Adding to the challenge for the sisters are the embodiment of societal pressure, gossips that watch and judge their every move.

Audience Notice: No late admission for these performances.

Tickets available starting March 19.

Urinetown the Musical

by Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman

directed by Cindy Gendrich

April 6 & 11-13 at 7:30 pm

April 7 & 14 at 2:00 pm

Tedford Stage, Scales Fine Arts Center

April 5 performance has been canceled.

In a Gotham-like city, a terrible water shortage and 20-year drought have led to a ban on private toilets and the domination of malevolent Urine Good Company. The poor revolt, led by brave young Bobby Strong, fighting tooth and nail for the freedom to pee “wherever you like, whenever you like, for as long as you like.” 

Urinetown is a wickedly funny, fast-paced, surprisingly intelligent musical satire, and the winner of multiple Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics’ Circle, and Tony Awards.