- Missouri University of Science and Technology is offering season ticket packages for its 2023-2024 Campus Performing Arts Series, with six shows taking place in Leach Theatre on the Missouri S&T campus.
- Season ticket packages are available for purchase online at leachtheatre.mst.edu or by phone for $200 for adults, $158 for youth, and $90 for Missouri S&T students. Service fees may apply.
- Shows include The Hit Men: Classic Rock Supergroup, Broadway’s Next Hit Musical, Hairspray, and a complimentary ticket to a concert by the Bach Society of Saint Louis.
Rolla, MO – Missouri University of Science and Technology is proud to announce the release of season ticket packages for the 2023-2024 Campus Performing Arts Series. The package includes tickets to a range of performances, from music concerts to theater productions and dance performances.
The season offers a blend of traditional and contemporary art genres, featuring performances by both local and international artists. Highlights of the season include a performance by the Moscow Ballet, a concert by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, and a production of the Tony-award-winning musical “Rent.”
“This season is going to be one of our most diverse yet, with something to offer for everyone,” says Linda Williams, director of Student Life at Missouri S&T. “We are thrilled to bring in such accomplished artists to our campus and look forward to sharing their talents with the community.”
Season ticket packages are now available for purchase online at the Missouri S&T Performing Arts Series website. Packages start at $150 for all six performances and also include exclusive benefits such as discounted parking and priority seating.
Individual tickets for each performance will be available for purchase closer to the respective performance dates. The first performance of the season kicks off in October 2023 and the final performance will be offered in April 2024.
“We encourage everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to experience world-class performances without even leaving our campus,” Williams adds. “It’s a great way to support the arts and also enrich our community and university culture.”