Ticket Sales


Please click the link or the image below to download and print our ticket preorder form. Orders will be fulfilled beginning January 3, 2020.

PRMS Presents: The Little Mermaid Ticket Preorder Form

Preorder Form

We suggest that you purchase tickets for the musical in advance. Tickets are general admission so arrive early for choice seating.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a lower ticket price for students or seniors?
All tickets are an even $10 each with no variation of price for person, performance, or seating.

Is the ticket price different if I preorder or if I pay at the door?
There is no price difference between preorder and paying at the door - all tickets are $10. The only difference is that preorders are paid by check only, and purchases at the door are cash only. (We suggest preordering your tickets to avoid long lines and to get into the theater sooner for general admission.)

I'd like to buy a lot of tickets. Is there a group rate or bulk discount?
At this time there is no discount or group rate.

Does my child under 3 years old need a ticket?
Any child who needs a seat must have a ticket. However, if your child under 3 years old can sit comfortably and quietly in your lap for the performance, they do not need an additional ticket. Please note that our past performances have been two to three hours long - we suggest your best case-by-case judgment when it comes to bringing very young children.

When will the doors open for general admission?
Our theater will open approximately 20-30 minutes before the performance. The queue outside the theater will begin forming approximately one hour before the performance.

Is there any way I can reserve a specific seat or row of seats?
No, our tickets are general admission. Although you cannot reserve any specific seats, once you are in the theater you have your pick of any open seat. To have the best selection be sure to purchase your tickets in advance and arrive early for the queue.

How long will the performance be?
The performance length is to be announced and will have a 15 minute intermission between Act I and Act II.

Can I bring food into the theater?
There is no food or drink allowed inside the theater, but there will be concessions for sale which can be enjoyed just outside the theater in our commons area.

What if I would like to exchange my tickets for another performance?
We are only able to exchange tickets before the first performance and we are limited to just what tickets are still available.

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