Love the theater in Ashland. Have been attending since late 50s. Until recent years the shows have... read more
Hi there, I don't know about secondary market tickets. What I can tell you is what I found on the OSF website regarding rush tickets: Rush Tickets $40 tickets one hour before designated "rushing" shows. Sold only at Box... More
Hi there, I don't know about secondary market tickets. What I can tell you is what I found on the OSF website regarding rush tickets: Rush Tickets $40 tickets one hour before designated "rushing" shows. Sold only at Box Office windows one hour before curtain. Check with Box Office on day of show for availability. Student Rush Tickets Special $15 "rush" tickets for youth (under 17) and college student audiences— available one hour before designated shows. Valid college student ID at Box Office window. No pre-purchase available. Check with Box Office on day of show for availability. So check with the box office ASAP about rush ticket availability for Oklahoma! on the dates you'll be in Ashland. I'd recommend purchasing tickets as soon as possible for any plays that are available on the dates you'll be in town. I haven't seen it, but I hear great things about Oklahoma!. But nearly any production in Ashland is going to be worth seeing. I'd especially and enthusiastically recommend "Destiny of Desire." It's one of the best times I've had in the theatre in years -- but it can be a tough ticket since the word's gotten out about it. So coming from a theatre professional, keep it on your short list, and if tickets are available for the time you're in Ashland, I'd say snap them up quick. So in general, I'd advise getting tickets ASAP for whatever is available when you're in Ashland, and then try to rush Oklahoma! if rush is an option. Or do what you can to see "Destiny of Desire" -- I can't imagine Oklahoma! being more enjoyable. And Ashland is an absolutely charming town in which to just spend time wandering around, dropping in on shops and restaurants. Be sure to take the opportunity to visit Lithia Park, right in the middle of town. It's lovely.