We hope you enjoy exploring our new web site. In case you get a little lost – here’s a roadmap.

Where are Find A Show and Season at a Glance?

On the top navigation bar, click on Schedule/Tickets and you’ll find both of those popular destinations.
And between them, you’ll see Discounts. Click that for a brand new way to find cheap seats.

I like to plan ahead. Where can I find what’s playing 6 months from now?

On Season at a Glance, you can sort the table by date, by theatre, or by show.

There are too many shows. I’m only in town for a few days. Help!

We’re happy to help. Just go here, tell us some details, and we’ll get right back to you.

Theatre is just too expensive.

Not any more.  Some companies offer tickets as low as $10, or let you name your price. We call them Cheap Seats, but, really, they’re phenomenal deals.

How to Search:

I’m looking for a particular article

Easy. Just enter the title in our Search box (top of the site) and click Enter

I’m interested in one of your writers. How do I find out about them?

Another easy one.  About Us (found in the bottom box on each page) shows bios for writers submitting to us for us on a regular basis. Click their name for an archive of all their articles.  Or, search for their name, and you’ll find their archive, with bio on top.

I’d like to see what you’ve written about my favorite theatre company.

No problem. The best way is to go to any of our reviews for that company. At the end of the review you will see their name in Tags. Click that.

I’m looking for a review in City Paper from last month. Where is it?

If you don’t see it in Their Reviews, then the show has closed. But all is not lost. Search for the show title. And the end of our review, we have listed all other reviews for the production.

How do I print an article?

Right next to all those sharing icons, at the top of the article, you will find buttons to print as a document and as a PDF.

I don’t visit the site every day. Can you send me an email when you publish an article?

Okay, that question has never been asked by anyone. But the answer is that we have an Enewsletter that emails subscribers every day that articles appear. Or, we’ll send you a weekly summary, if you prefer that.  All for free!  To sign up, go to the middle column, scroll to the bottom for the signup form. Once you receive our verification email, confirm it, and you’re on the list!

Or you can click the News Feed link at the top of the website to see the last 10 posts, and subscribe to the RSS feed.

Any other questions?  Just leave it in the comments section below.


  1. Hello! I’m new to publicity, but have been told this is a great site for getting out the word on upcoming theater events. What I’d like to know is: 1) how to get our theater’s performances on to your calendar; 2) what the procedure is for having your staff to come review our shows. Thanks very much for any help you can give!

  2. Hello!  I am trying to figure out how to get my theater’s events on to your calendar, and or extend an invitation to your staff to come review our shows.  I know we’ve been in your season calendar before, but I cannot seem to figure out how to get our info on your site (I’m new, can you tell?) Thanks! I hope this is the right place for my questions, I cannot get your staff contact form to work for me.

  3. Bobbie Franco says:

    I can’t find where to vote for Ali Hoxie, Actress in Spring Awakening?

  4. anonymous says: is terrific. Puts all the suggestions at my fingers. Thank you and keep up the superior work!

  5. Hi, Fran –

    I believe you’re looking for our eNews subscription. Go to our main page, middle column and scroll down past the Recent Columns section to ‘DCTS Newsletter’. Simple enter the email address where you want to receive our newsletter, and click enter. Check your inbox for a verification email. Approve that and you will be subscribed.

  6. Fran Miller says:

    Okay, I admit to being illiterate, but I couldn’t find where to sign-up for emails. HELP!



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