All performances begin promptly as scheduled, and there are no refunds for latecomers. Latecomers will be admitted only at a suitable break in the performance, and seating location will be at the discretion of the house management. If you are late, it may not be possible to seat you until the intermission; if the production has no intermission, you may not be admitted at all.
There's no formal dress code at Theatre Orangeville! (You do have to wear clothes, though.) Many people will be dressed in "business casual", but if you want to wear sweatpants and a sweatshirt, feel free.
Check your ticket (in your email inbox), call our Box Office, or the show page on our website. The venue will be clearly indicated. On the website, you'll be able to get directions, parking information, accessibility details, and more.
The Opera House is fully wheelchair accessible and has a number of other accessibility features, including an assistive hearing system and barrier-free seating. For a detailed and up-to-date list, visit the Opera House page.
We take accessibility seriously and are constantly seeking to improve access to our shows.
If there are any barriers preventing you from attending our shows, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Yes! The Opera House is equipped with assistive hearing technology. If the show you're attending is not at the Opera House, please call our Box Office at 519-942-3423 or toll-free at 1-800-424-1295 to verify that assistive hearing technology is available.
Yes! Once during every production we offer a relaxed performance, where we raise the house lights, open the doors, and lower the sound levels. Relaxed performance dates are noted anywhere performances are listed. Read about our relaxed performances.