Through the ClassPass student ticket program, students can attend select evening and weekend events in Sangamon Auditorium’s Performing Arts Series at significantly reduced ticket prices. At least one teacher, administrator, school group sponsor, or faculty advisor must be in attendance with the group at the event.
If there are any events not listed below that you would like to attend with your students, please contact Amy Zepp at email@example.com or 217.206.8287 for information about bringing a school group.
2014 - 2015 Season
Mark Morris Dance Group: Excursions Tour
Sunday, October 19, 7 PM
Cantus - All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914
Monday, December 1, 7:30 PM
ClassPass: $34, $31, $29
Chicago Blues Reunion
Saturday, December 6, 8 PM
The Acting Company - Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Wednesday, March 4, 7:30 PM
- Call the Sangamon Auditorium Ticket Office at 217.206.6160 or 800.207.6960 to reserve your seats. A teacher, administrator, school group sponsor, or faculty advisor must reserve ClassPass tickets through an Auditorium school account. There is no minimum number of ticket required.
- You may reserve an estimated number of ClassPass tickets until the “final ticket count” deadline (three weeks prior to the event) with no deposit required. The best seats available upon receipt of your order will be reserved for your group.
- When you have the final group ticket count, contact the Ticket Office with your final numbers. You purchase only the number of ClassPass tickets you need.
- Payment must be received two weeks prior to the performance. If your order is not confirmed by this deadline, your seats will be released.
All sales are final. We are not able to give refunds or exchanges. No additional discounts apply. The ClassPass discount may not be applied to previous purchases. A $4 processing fee applies to each ClassPass order.
Recommended Grade Levels: Auditorium staff recommends grade levels based on the content, manner of presentation, and recommendations of the performers themselves. Teachers at other grade levels may consider bringing their students to a performance if they find the material suitable, but they may experience some dissatisfaction. Please contact Amy Zepp at 217.206.6150 if you have questions.
Accessibility Services: When placing your order, please inform the Ticket Office if anyone in your group needs accessibility services. Students with mobility, visual, or hearing impairments will be seated with their escort in the appropriate seating area, which may be separate from the rest of the group. Please request accessibility services two weeks or more before a performance to provide sufficient time to make and secure the appropriate arrangements. If advance notice has not been arranged, every reasonable effort will be made to accommodate your group based on remaining available seating upon your arrival. Accessibility services may not be available for every performance. Services are not arranged until requested and are contingent on the availability of the service providers.
All events are subject to change