You are admitted free to all events (with the exception of Barter Theatre plays, for which your ticket price is discounted). However, for certain events reserved seating may be required. See note below under Advanced Reserved Seating. You must present your E&H ID both before and after each oncampus event for which you want Lyceum credit. When attending eligible Arts Array films at the Cinemall or plays at the Barter Theatre, retain your ticket stub and present it promptly at the CSA office for credit. Each event listed in this booklet carries one Lyceum credit unless otherwise noted in the event description. Please refer to the Lyceum policy described on the inside back cover.
More questions about Lyceum credit? Call the Centralized Student Assistance Office, 276.944.6105.
You are admitted free to all college events. However, for certain events reserved seating may be required. See note below under Advanced Reserved Seating. Even if reserved seating is not required, you must show your college activity pass at the door for free admission to those events marked with an asterisk* (the events requiring an admission fee from the public).
Questions about the events requiring your activity pass? Call the Office of the Arts Coordinator, 276.944.6846 or 6866.
All Lyceum events are open to the broader community. Those marked with an asterisk on the table of contents require an admission fee or advanced reserved seating. For more information regarding tickets or reservations, please contact Anita Coulthard, Coordinator of the Arts, at 276.944.6846 or email email@example.com. If there are questions about handicapped accessibility, call 276.944.6810.
Advanced reserved seating: Tim Miller, Sept. 4; Concert: Conor Angell & Sharon Johnson, Sept. 7; Concert: Liz Frazer & Lisa Withers, Oct. 10; E&H Theatre Dept. Performance: “Tally’s Folly,” Oct. 10-13; E&H Theatre Dept. Performance: “Into the Woods,” Nov. 21-24; Concert: Christmas at Emory; Dec. 8.
Tickets are available at the Emory Train Depot two weeks prior to the performance, from noon to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and at Van Dyke Center one week prior to each performance from 11:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. daily.