Tickets Now on Sale for 2014 William Inge Theatre Festival, Running 3/26-29
The Director's Package ($195 each): Includes Premium Seats for Thurs./Fri./Sat. Daytime Workshops, BecauseHeCan, The Great Barrier, Gala Dinner, Picnic at Riverside Park, Inge-About-Town, 33rd Annual Festival Tribute, Afterglow and Souvenir Program Book. Scenes at the Inge House and Tour of Inge's Independence sold separately. (Director's Package must be reserved by March 5 in order to include the Gala Dinner event.)
Night-Owl Package ($105 each): Includes Premium Seats for all evening events. Wed.: BecauseHeCan, Thurs.: The Great Barrier, Fri.: Gala Dinner, Sat.: 33rd Annual Festival Tribute and Souvenir Program Book. (Night-Owl Package must be reserved by March 5 in order to include the Gala Dinner event.)
The 3-Day Pass ($80 each): Includes all daytime workshops and readings, and Inge-About-Town. Meals, Scenes at the Inge House, Tour of Inge's Independence, evening events and Souvenir Program Book sold separately.
The 1-Day Pass (20-$35 each): Includes all daytime workshops and readings. Saturday's pass has Inge-About-Town as an option for an additional fee. Meals, Scenes at the Inge House, Tour of Inge's Independence, evening events and Souvenir Program Book sold separately.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.ingecenter.org, or by phone at (800) 842-6063 ext. 5491 weekdays 1-5 p.m. In person, tickets are available at the Inge Center office at the Fine Arts Building, Room 123, at Independence Community College, 1057 W. College Ave., 1-5 p.m. weekdays. The box office mailing address is The William Inge Center for the Arts, PO Box 708, Independence, Kansas, 67301.
The Inge Festival is named for the late William Inge, an Independence native who won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama ("Picnic") and Oscar for Best Screenplay ("Splendor in the Grass.")
Independence, Kansas, is located 90 miles north of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and 140 miles south of Kansas City, Missouri, and 110 miles east of Wichita, KS.