Group Tickets for Academic Classes
The Performing Arts Series is committed to fostering learning through the arts. While most of our events offer educational ties that enrich coursework, we also offer deep discounts for students required to attend our events for class and free tickets for the professor/instructor.
Request tickets for your class
To participate, please contact Gwenmarie Ewing at ewingg@miamiOH.edu.
Provide the following information.
- Name of course
- Number of students enrolled in course
- Whether or not you require your students to sit together in a group.
- If the professor/instructor wants free tickets for themselves and how many (1 or 2)
- You will be contacted with instructions on how the students can aquire their discoutned tickets and detials on any comps requested.
Send us your students' feedback! We want to know what you and your students thought about the performance. We receive grant money every year that allows us to offer these discounts, and we would like to include your students’ responses in our grant reports. Email responses to performingartseries@MiamiOH.edu.
Methods of Payment
The Miami University Box Office accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover credit cards.
Tickets may be purchased by the means below with the following forms of payment:
Online: Credit Card
Sales Window at Nellie Craig Walker Hall and performance venues: Check, Credit Card, *MUlaa, Miami University Payroll Deduction, **Miami University Departmental Charge
Phone: Credit Card
Mail: Check made payable to Miami University, Credit Card
Fax: Credit Card
*To use a MUlaa account for ticket purchases at a performance venue, students must provide their Banner ID number. Card swipe functions are not available at performance venues.
**With proper authorization. Banner Index code and account code must be provided.
Box Office Fees
There are no additional fees for walk up ticket purchases at the Miami University Box Office or at performance venue Box Offices.
The Box Office charges a $3.00 per-order service charge on all phone, mail, and fax orders. Family (Parents) Weekend orders have a $4.50 service charge.
Tickets may be exchanged for other Performing Arts Series regular season events, subject to availability, up to closing time at the Miami University Box Office in Nellie Craig Walker Hall on the business day closest to the performance (Day-of for weekday shows, Friday for weekend shows). Ticket exchange requests at performance venue Box Offices will be handled at the management’s discretion. Tickets from a performance that has already taken place may not be exchanged.
Patrons exchanging tickets for events with a higher ticket price must pay the difference between the fee paid for the original ticket and the new event.
Any difference remaining from tickets exchanged for events with a lower ticket price will not be refunded.
Reissuing of Tickets
Lost/misplaced tickets may be reissued. Contact the Box Office at 513-529-3200 to have duplicate tickets issued. Duplicate tickets cannot be mailed.
Due to the nature of performing arts, changes may occur in artists, programs, and performance times. In almost all cases, ticket sales are final. An exception to this would be if an event is canceled outright.
The Box Office is located at 301 S. Campus Avenue, Oxford, OH, 45056
There are no additional fees for walk up ticket purchases at the Miami University Box Office in the Shriver Center or at performance venue Box Offices.
The Box Office charges a $3.00 per-order service charge on all phone, mail, and fax orders. Family (Parents) Weekend orders have a $5.00 service charge.
All online, phone, fax, and mail orders received less than 7 days prior to a performance will be held for pickup at Will Call, which opens at the performance venue Box Office one hour prior to curtain time.
What is Will Call?
Will Call is the place in each venue where you pick up tickets that have been ordered and paid for in advance.
Tickets may be exchanged, subject to availability, up to closing time at the Miami University Box Office in the Shriver Center on the business day closest to the performance (Day-of for weekday shows, Friday for weekend shows).
- Ticket exchange requests at performance venue Box Offices will be handled at the management’s discretion.
- Tickets may not be exchanged from a performance which has already taken place and may not be permitted by certain programming organizations.
- Tickets may be exchanged at face value for a performance of equal or lesser value; a difference in ticket price will not be refunded. The difference in the face value of an exchanged ticket to one of higher value must be paid.
Lost/misplaced tickets may be reissued. Contact the Box Office at 513-529-3200 to have duplicate tickets waiting for you at Will Call. Duplicate tickets cannot be mailed.
Due to the nature of performing arts, changes may occur in artists, programs, and performance times. Ticket sales are final, with the exception of event cancellation.
All Miami University performance venues have handicap accessible seating. This feature is not enabled for General Admission events.
To purchase accessible seating for events where seating is assigned, please select the Accessible Seating link above the Promo Code box on the Purchase By Seat screen. A pop-up box will appear to confirm the need for accessible seats.
Upon confirmation, the seating map will allow selection from seats reserved for accessible and companion seating.
Assistive listening devices and sign language interpretation may be requested through the Miami University Miller Center for Student Disability Services at 513-529-1541, with a minimum of 48 hours notice.
Children of all ages are welcome to attend performances at Miami University. The majority of programming organizations require that an attending child have their own ticket, regardless of age. Parents/accompanying adults are asked to be mindful of others in attendance when bringing a child, and please remove the child from the auditorium/theatre should they be unable to sit through a performance without disturbing others. Certain performance content may require parental discretion. The Box Office will attempt to make this known in such cases, but please ask should you have any questions.
Not permitted in performance venues unless explicitly allowed by the programming organization/artist. Requests should be submitted at least 48 hours in advance to allow opportunity to communicate with artist management and programming organization.
Patrons who arrive late will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager. Latecomers may be asked to wait in the lobby until a predetermined time in the program, when they will be seated by ushers, and could possibly not be seated in their assigned seats until intermission.
The Miller Center for Student Disability Services can assist in coordinating accommodations for university sponsored events. To request accommodations (i.e., sign language interpreters, captioning, materials in alternative format, etc.), please contact the Miller Center at (513) 529-1541, 7-1-1 (TTY-TDD), at least 2 business days prior to the event to ensure the smooth delivery of services.