Community Box Office

Headquartered at the Concierge Desk, the Community Box Office can service all events held on-campus and any PLU event held off-campus. To purchase tickets visit us in person or call 253-535-7411.


Death and the Maiden, by Ariel Dorfman. Directed by Dane Ostlie-Olson
Studio Theater
October 7, 8 at 7:30pm
Ariel Dorfman`s tale Death and the Maiden is a dark drama which from the very beginning delves into the nature of guilt and questions how we trust other people. In its tense locked room setting Death and the Maiden forces the audience to decide who is right and who is wrong and then to live with the consequences of that decision. Intended for Mature Audiences
Vpstart Crow, a student organization that provides opportunities in minimalist theater, and PLU`s chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, a national theater honor society, facilitate and sponsor student productions in the Student Series. The Studio Theatre in the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts offers an intimate, customizable space for students to flex their creative muscles.

All tickets are $5.00

Amadeus, by Peter Shaffer. Directed by Jeff Clapp
Eastvold Stage
October 13 – Student Preview
October 14, 15, 21, 22 at 7:30pm
October 23 – 2:00 Matinee
In the court of the Austrian Emperor Josef, Antonio Salieri is the established composer. Enter the greatest musical genius of all time: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Salieri has given himself to God so he might realize his sole ambition to be a great composer. Mozart is a foul-mouthed, graceless oaf who has that which is beyond Salieri’s envious grasp: Genius.
In 1823, the year that Peter Shaffer`s Amadeus begins, Antonio Salieri, at one time Vienna`s most celebrated composer, is past his prime. Now 73 years old, Salieri has lived long enough to see his music fall out of fashion and his influence in the Viennese court dwindle, as his role as the royal music director fades from a position of power to a mere title of respect. What’s more, the buzz around Vienna-the city of Slander-is that Salieri has gone mad: after all, the reclusive Italian won’t stop raving that he killed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the revered Austrian composer who died thirty years earlier. “I don’t believe it“, the gossips say. “All the same, is it just possible? Did he do it after all?“
Intended For Mature Audiences. Sexual innuendos and strong language.

$8 General Admission
$5 Senior Citizen, Alumni, Military ID
$3 PLU Community, any student ID, and 18 and under


Concert tickets go on sale two weeks before each performance. Performances are listed on the concert calendar.

Special Events

The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc Concert and Dance
Sunday October 9, 2016
Chris Knutzen Hall
General Admission $10
SCC Members, Seniors, PLU Employees $8
Students $5
Under 12 Free
For tickets call 253-535-7411

TICKET DESIGN & PRINTING: If your event does not have tickets, we can work with you to design and/or print custom tickets. Options for assigned seating or general admission seating will affect the design and number of tickets.
 If you already have tickets, bring those to the Campus Concierge desk in the University Center where they will be sold.

 There are 2 options for ticket sales. 1) We sell tickets at Concierge Desk for walk-up and phone orders (which will be held at will-call or mailed). 2) Our staff can sell tickets at the event, providing a seating chart (if appropriate), cash box for credit & cash sales, and tickets.

 There is a $50 fee for designing and printing tickets and a $50 per person fee to staff the event. There is a handling fee on tickets sold.  If you would like to pay for the handling fee, rather than the customer, that can be arranged by adjusting the price of the ticket.

We mail a check to organizations not affiliated with PLU. An interdepartmental transfer will reimburse PLU departments; a Banner account number will needed.  Funds will be transferred within 1 month after the end of sales.

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