FAQ

If you have any other questions please e-mail Mr. Lupfer at tlupfer@pascack.org

Q: How much are tickets?

For the fall play (A Midsummer Night's Dream), tickets are $15 for adults, $7 for students. For the spring musical (1776), tickets are $19 for adults, and $9 for students. ALL TICKETS ARE RESERVED.

Q: What methods of payment are accepted?

A: In advance, credit card orders are available through our online ticketing service at: seatyourself.biz/pvhstheatre. At the door, cash or check (made payable to Pascack Valley High School) are accepted.

Q: Can I buy tickets at the door?

A: Absolutely! We begin selling tickets one hour prior to curtain. There may be limited availability.

Q: Is seating assigned?

A: Yes, seating for all performances is assigned through our online ticket ordering service. Should you choose to order via cash/check, the box office will assign your seats.

Q: Can I buy tickets online?

Yes! Online tickets are available for
all performances through our online ticket ordering service, seatyourself.biz/pvhstheatre. All major credit cards are accepted through this secure server.  

Q: Can I purchase tickets over the phone?

A: Yes! please call our box office at

201-312-4122 or email us at  info@pvhstheatre.org

Q: Is there wheelchair access?

A: Yes, our theatre is completely handicapped accessible. Please contact the box office for special accommodation at 201-312-4122 or info@pvhstheatre.org.

Q: As a Director's Circle member, several reserved tickets are included in my sponsorship package. How do I get my tickets and do I have any seating choices? 

A: Members of the Director's Circle should contact the box office directly at info@pvhstheatre.org or 201-312-4122. The staff will work with members to secure seats for requested performances. A reserved seating ticket will be sent to the member at their email address or can be left at Will Call.

Q: What shows are you performing this year and when?

A: PVHS Theatre will present the play A Midsummer Night's Dream on November 21-23, 2019, and the musical 1776 on March 12-14, 2019.

Q: Do you offer a senior citizens performance?
A: Yes! A free matinee performance for local seniors of A Midsummer Night's Dream will be performed on Tuesday, November 19, time TBA.  
A matinee performance of 1776 will be performed on Tuesday, March 10 at 9:30am.
Reservations are required. To reserve a ticket, email info@pvhstheatre.org, or call the box office at (201) 312-4122.
Q: Where are you located? Is there parking available?

A: Pascack Valley HS is located at 200 Piermont Ave, Hillsdale, NJ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parking is available in several lots at the school, on the street, and across the street at the church.

Q: How can I support PVHS Theatre program? Can I buy an ad or become a sponsor? 

A: We encourage the support of all members of the community to purchase an ad in our playbill, or join our family of sponsors by becoming a PVHS Director's Circle Sponsor. Please read about sponsorships here.

Q: I'm a musician. Can I play in the orchestra for the Spring Musical?

A: Yes! If you are interested in participating in the pit orchestra,  please contact Mr. Lupfer at tlupfer@pascack.org

Q: Is there an opportunity to be on stage crew?

A: Yes! If you would like to participate, please email Mr. Lupfer at tlupfer@pascack.org

Q: Who are the directors?

A: Mr. & Mrs. Lupfer are the directors for the program. You can read more about them and the rest of the staff here

 

Q: Does it cost anything to participate in the PVHS Theatre Program? Is there a tuition?

A: There is no tuition required for participation. There is a production fee collected to cover the costs of cast t-shirts, meals during production week, and other considerations. This fee is discussed in detail as a part of the audition packet.

 

Q: How often do you rehearse?
When do they start for each show?

A: Rehearsals are held after school from 3:30-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Most cast members can anticipate having rehearsal 3-4 days per week. 

Q: How can I audition and/or be a part of the next show?

1776 auditions are December 2-6. There will be an info meeting to learn about the audition process on Tuesday 10/22 at 3pm. Email tlupfer@pascack.org for details.

Q: What if I can’t sing or have no experience?

A: No problem! Come to the audition seminar and meet the directors! Past participation is not a requirement for working on a show at PV.

Q: Do you have a summer program?

A: Currently, we do NOT have a summer program, but we occasionally gather during the summer months to clean our space and prepare for the upcoming season.