BOX OFFICE

Join us for B ON FIRE, Theatre B’s sizzling new summer fundraiser and season preview on August 26th from 6-8 PM at Theatre B, 215 10th St. N in Moorhead.

Inspired by the bonfires of our youth, we’re going to party in our outdoor green space with food, fire circles, and more. What’s cookin’? …  music from the Meat Rabbits, food from Detroit Deli, Maria’s Homestyle Mexican, Adibon African Fusion, dessert from Windsor Waffles, and a special surprise. 

A $75 VIP ticket will get you food, a beverage, and admission to a special sneak-peek of Theatre B’s upcoming season. Funds raised during B ON FIRE will support Theatre B’s mission to create intimate and courageous productions that ignite conversations and transform our community.   

*B ON FIRE is currently Theatre B’s only fundraising event. In case of inclement weather, we may need to cancel the outdoor activities. If you purchase VIP tickets in advance, we invite you to come to the indoor Season Preview seating at your designated time. The remainder of your ticket purchase will be considered a donation, and we will provide you with a receipt that may be used for tax deduction purposes. Thank you for your understanding and support!

 

What are VIP tickets?

Your $75 VIP ticket will get you food, a beverage, and admission into the theatre for our season preview. Music from the Meat Rabbits, food from Detroit Deli, Maria’s Homestyle Mexican, Adibon African Fusion, dessert from Windsor Waffles, and a special surprise. 

Click on the button above to purchase your ticket.

Do I need a ticket for the Season Preview?

Yes! This year to support the Theatre B fundraising efforts, we offer admission to the Season Preview only to the VIP ticket holders.

During the B On Fire event, we will offer two seating times for the Season Preview inside the theatre: 6:30 pm and 7:15 pm. Both seating times give you the opportunity to enjoy the season announcement and preview scenes.

Click on the button above to purchase your ticket.

Inclement Weather Policy

B ON FIRE is currently Theatre B’s only fundraising event. In case of inclement weather, we may need to cancel the outdoor activities. If you purchase tickets in advance, we invite you to come to the indoor Season Preview seating at your designated time. The remainder of your ticket purchase will be considered a donation, and we will provide you with a receipt that may be used for tax deduction purposes. Thank you for your understanding and support!

In-Person Attendance:

Frequently Asked Questions

What Time Should I Be At The Theatre?

Please arrive 30 minutes before the show (7 PM for evening performances, 1:30 PM for matinees). Due to COVID-19, we will be seating our patrons ahead of time to support social distancing. 

Special Accommodations

Theatre B hopes all patrons fully enjoy their experience. Please help us prepare by notifying the Box Office in advance if special accommodations are needed. Wheelchair accessibility and assisted listening are always available. Theatre B offers a limited number of ADA seats during COVID-19. Large print programs can be made available with 48-hour notice.

Are Seats Assigned?

Live-streamed Performances: All tickets for the online stream of Tim and Jacob Are Friends: Scriptless are general admission. 

Live at the theatre: Theatre B is introducing assigned seating this season! Due to COVID-19, the number of seats is very limited and only available in a socially distanced set up. Choose the In-Person Tickets button above to purchase tickets for a live show at the theatre. Masks are required at all times.

How Do I Reserve A Ticket For A Show?
Tickets can be reserved by calling the Box Office at 701-729-8880 or by clicking Get Tickets. You will need a Visa or Mastercard to reserve/purchase tickets online or over the phone.  Theatre B tickets are also available at the Box Office for walk-up patrons at the time of the show.  The Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain.
Can I Send An Email To Reserve My Ticket?
Theatre B cannot take email reservations for tickets. If you would like to purchase a ticket please call the Box Office at 701-729-8880 or click Get Tickets at the top of this page.
What Do I Do If A Performance Is Sold Out?
Waiting List If a performance you wish to attend is reserved out, you may request to be added to the waiting list. If there are cancellations prior to the performance day, you will receive a call to reserve available tickets.  If you do not receive a call prior to the performance, your request for tickets is not guaranteed.
Where Do I Park?
Theatre B has a mid-size parking lot as well as street parking. We recommend coming early to find a parking spot. Handicapped parking is available to patrons who need it.

All patrons are required to enter the building following proper social distancing guidelines and signage provided in the building. Masks are required.

Can I Get A Refund For My Ticket?
Theatre B does not issue refunds for tickets purchased for a performance UNLESS the theatre must close due to a weather-related event or a COVID-19 related illness. If you cannot attend a performance but wish to exchange your ticket for a different show date, please contact the Box Office at 701-729-8880 or email info@theatreb.org. We will do our best to accommodate your request.
Bad Weather Is Preventing Me From Attending The Show. Now What?
We all know that the weather in the Midwest can be tricky. If bad weather is preventing you from attending a show at Theatre B, please call the Box Office as soon as possible to let us know that you will be unable to attend. You may exchange your tickets for another performance or donate them. Please note that refunds will not be given in such situations UNLESS the theatre itself must close due to hazardous weather conditions. Theatre B reserves the right to cancel a performance at any time.
May I Bring My Child to a Performance?
Most Theatre B prodcutions are appropriate for mature audiences. On the movie theatre rating scale, productions are often PG-13. Please call the Box Office and our staff will be happy to discuss the subject matter, language, and age appropriateness of a production with you.