Season Subscriptions

♦ 2022 Season Subscriptions Priority Renewal begins Tuesday, October 19, 2021

♦ New 2022 Season Subscription Sales begin October 25, 2021

"Marquee"

7 Shows

$322*

Thursday & Friday Matinee & Evening, Sunday Evening

$329*

Sunday Brunch

$343*

Saturday Evening

"Premiere"

7 shows

$252*

Thursday & Friday Matinee & Evening, Sunday Evening

$259*

Sunday Brunch

$273*

Saturday Evening

*Does not include $21 processing fee

La Comedia Season Subcriptions are the best value in live theatre!

We cannot thank you enough for your support and patience through these difficult times. Optimistically looking toward the future, we are excited to serve up our 2022 season which we are billing as “The Magnificent Seven.”

Kicking off our 2022 season is the 2012 Broadway revival version of Godspell from January 13 – February 13. Yeston and Kopit’s haunting musical Phantom returns to our stage for the first time in 12 years from February 17 – April 3. The timeless classic musical The Music Man appears on our stage from April 7 – May 22, and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, runs from June 2 – July 24. One of Broadway’s best musicals of all time, West Side Story appears from July 28 – September 11, and we will produce the musical comedy Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? from September 15 – October 30. We will wrap up our 2022 season with the holiday classic White Christmas from November 3 – December 31.

We are committed to offering our season subscribers the best value in the area in live theatre. As with most things these days, there will be changes to our pricing structure as a result of rising costs and our need to shift to a new ticketing system. Beginning in 2022, every ticket, including each performance of a season subscription, will incur a $3 processing fee. This will add an additional $21 to each 7-show subscription purchased.

To benefit from the 50% savings off our regular ticket prices, Premiere subscription holders must attend each show during the dates shown below.

Premiere season ticket holders must attend each production during these dates: Godspell, Jan. 13 – Jan. 30; Phantom, Feb. 17 – Mar. 13; The Music Man, April 7 – May 1; Beauty and the Beast, June 2 – June 26; West Side Story, July 28 – Aug. 21; Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? Sep. 15 – Oct. 9; White Christmas, Nov. 3 – Nov. 27. A minimum of 24 hours is required to reschedule ONCE for a date that falls in the available subscriber dates for the current production. You may reschedule outside of the available subscriber dates ONCE per show. You may not do so prior to the show opening date and a $5.00 per ticket service charge will be applied.

If you would like more scheduling flexibility, you may want to become a member of the “Marquee Club.” With this subscription, you may change a reservation at any time prior to your reserved performance and reschedule to see that show any time.

Our 2022 season priority renewal for current season subscribers begins October 19, 2021, at 8:30 a.m. New season subscriptions and group sales begin October 25, and all ticket sales open to the general public on November 1. In order to provide you with personal attention and the highest quality customer service, our season subscriptions are only sold directly at the box office or by telephone and are not available on our website, by fax or email. Please be patient and keep in mind this is the busiest day of the year for our staff. If you hear silence or a busy signal after dialing, hang up and try dialing again. If placing your order by credit card, be sure to have the card present when ordering. For more information, call us at (937) 746-4554 or 1-800-677-9505.

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“This is the most professional and empowering venue I have ever been to!! The talent is amazing the shows are well executed and the food and staff are always nice!! Always a fabulous time at LaComedia!!!”

John & Lory S.

“This is a great date night or family friendly excursion. They have getting to the buffet down to a science. There aren’t any bad seats. And you always get dessert. The shows are always entertaining.”

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