Theatre doors to the magnificant lobby will open one hour prior to each performance. House doors, which lead you to your seats, generally will open 30 minutes prior to each performance.
The Center offers wheelchair accessible and companion seating. Patrons in wheelchairs also have the option of transferring to designated seats. Please tell the ticket seller you would like to purchase wheelchair accessible seats or if you wish to transfer from your wheelchair.
Cell phones are not allowed in performance venues. Please turn off beepers and electronic watches prior to the performance. In the Arkley Center, if you may need to be reached during a performance, the phone located at the Box Office is 442-1956. As a precaution, please give your name and seat number to the House Manager prior to the event.
If you are instructed to evacuate the building in the event of an alarm, you are required to do so in a quick and orderly fashion. The exit sign nearest your seat is the shortest route to the outside of the Center. For first aid, please contact the nearest usher.
No food or beverage of any kind may be brought into the Center's performance venue.
The seating of latecomers during events is at the discretion of the House Manager. The artist management has selected those times which are least likely to interrupt or disturb other patrons. As a courtesy to the performers and other audience members, latecomers may not be seated in their assigned seats until after intermission. It is the management's policy to begin performances at the advertised times. Patrons leaving their seats during a performance may have to wait in the lobby for a period of time before re-admittance to the venue.
The taking of photographs and the possession and/or use of an audio or video recorder during the performance is strictly forbidden. All such items must be surrendered at the House Manager's podium for the duration of the concert.
The Arkley Center for the Performing Arts Ticket Office is open Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 am until 5:00 pm, and additionally on the day of a performance, beginning one hour before curtain.
The kiosk ticket window located at the front doors is for will call and advance sales. On the day of a performance, the Ticket Office will typically close at the end of the first intermission.
Ticket reservations may be made by calling (707) 442-1956. All tickets must be paid when ordered. The ACPA accepts VISA, MasterCard. * A $2.00 handling charge is assessed for all orders received by mail, fax, or phone.
Center Preservation and Enhancement Fee: A Fee of $1.00 shall be added to the charge for each ticket issued.
**PLEASE NOTE ALL SALES ARE FINAL**