Show opens November 30th
Performances every Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights *promptly* at 8pm
Saturday and Sunday matinee *promptly* at 3pm
No show Christmas Eve
Doors open 45 min before the show (VIP) and 30 min before the show (Regular Tickets)
Show is 1 hr 45 minutes long with one intermission
Closing December 30th
PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS NO COCKTAIL HOUR THIS YEAR, SO WHEN WE SAY THE SHOW STARTS PROMPTLY AT 8PM/3PM WE MEAN THAT!!!!
V.ery I.mportant P.osteriors (VIP)
$75 (regular) $100 (at the door) (+$6 fees)
This upgraded ticket includes reserved seating at your own cafe table right on the theatre floor, up close to our performers, with no obscured view, early entrance to the theatre (at 7:15pm) and to a private VIP bar, plus official Buttcracker swag!
House Center G.eneral A.sses (GA)
$45 (regular), $50 (at the door) (+$6 fees)
General Admission tickets this year again feature reserved seating right in front of the stage, no obstructed view, and cushioned seats. Doors open at 7:30pm.
House Left G.eneral A.sses (GA)
$30 (regular) $35 (at the door) (+$6 fees)
For those who want to save their bucks for the good stuff (aka, Malört shots and Fistamas), this discounted ticket on the left of the stage is for you. You’ll get no obstructed view, reserved seating, cushioned seats, and all the side-biewb your heart can desire!
Standing Rumps Only (SRO)
$20 at the door (+$6 fees)
Working on those glutes? Need bigger calves? Money as tight as your thong? No worries, we gotchu. A small number of standing room only tickets will be available at the door for the MOST discounted price! Doors at 8pm.
In lieu of our cocktail hour, this year we are featuring the magic of Brielle every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday matinee, and on our Saturday night’s, a little something extra!
December 2nd – Burlesque 101 – Come learn some Burlesque moves before the show and be the hit at your family’s Christmas party! Participants receive free Buttcracker swag!
December 9th – Xmas PJ’s – Come dressed in your Xmas pj’s and receive free Buttcracker swag!
December 16th – Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest – Compete for the ugliest holiday sweater and win Buttcracker swag and a bottle of booze!
December 23rd – SPECIAL HOLIDAY GUEST! WHO COULD IT BE?!? ONE NIGHT ONLY!! HAVE YOU BEEN NAUGHTY OR NICE???
December 30th – Closing Night Party – Guest DJ, Swag, and more!
Community engagement talkbacks
December 3rd – Body Confidence for Queens talkback – Body Positivity in Dance and Burlesque – Moderated by Mocha Mocha 2.0 with members of BCQ
December 10th – The Cast of The Buttcracker talkback – Non-Traditional Theatre Making and the Role of Entertainment in a Pandemic World – Moderated by Artistic Producer Jaq Seifert and cast members from the show
December 17th – Sarah’s Circle, H.O.M.E., Deborah’s Place talkback – The Arts and Charity: How Non-Profits can help Non-Profits Succeed
Good’s drive to benefit sarah’s circle, h.o.m.e., and deborah’s place
This year we have partnered with three amazing non-profits to collect goods to help support people in need. When you attend a show, we ask that you help us out by bringing any of the following items to assist us in this drive:
Toiletries, New Sheets (Twin/Full), Towels, Women’s multi-vitamins, Cough drops, Vitamin C medicine, Earplugs, Mini Deodorant, Mini Toothpaste, Washcloths, Bath Mats, Kitchen Towels, Comforters, Blankets, Throws, Adult Large-Print Activity Books, and Cleaning Supplies
We aspire to create a space that respects everyone’s individual mental, physical, and emotional needs, while acknowledging that people know themselves the best. Audience members may exit the show at any time for whatever reason and can return when they feel ready. The Greenhouse Theater Center is an ADA accessible building with an elevator to the second floor, no stairs to access spaces while on said floors. Rows A of both House Center and House Left are wheelchair accessible, as well as all VIP seats. The Greenhouse Theater Center also has ADA compliant restrooms. Noise levels are kept below 85dBA. This show utilizes flashing lights and water-based haze/fog. There is no violence in the show, except for a nasty Rat King who gets what’s coming for them.