Evening performances are always at 7:30pm. Matinee times vary. There is a detailed calendar that highlights showtimes for every performance at the bottom of each individual show page.
A Season Ticket allows you to see each show on the same night of each run in the same seats. A Your Choice Pass allows you to see the shows you wish when you wish; with a Your Choice Pass, you may choose to use one admission for each show, all admissions for one show, or any combination you choose. If you would like the same seats and night for each show, a Season Ticket is for you. If you prefer the flexibility to choose your dates, a Your Choice Pass is the perfect alternative.
Tickets are $33 each for groups of 10 or more; $30 for groups of 25 or more. (1pm matinee tickets are just $18 each for groups of 10 or more – that’s HALF PRICE!) For more information, call Berni Riley at 816-421-1700.
College students and younger may purchase advanced single tickets for $33. We also feature Student Rush; tickets are $10 ten minutes prior to each performance.
Persons 60 years of age and over may purchase single tickets for $33 each. There is no additional senior discount on season tickets, as they are already discounted.
Yes. We have a lobby bar that offers wine, beer, coffee and bottled water. The bar accepts cash and credit cards. Beverages are sold in containers that may be taken into the theatre.
Tickets may not be reserved without payment. You may purchase tickets over the telephone or online with MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express. (There is an additional service charge to purchase tickets online.)
Tickets are available for purchase at the door one hour prior to performance. However, advance reservations are strongly suggested, as many performances sell out in advance.
Season tickets may be exchanged free of charge for another performance of the same show. Single tickets may be exchanged for a $5 per ticket exchange fee. Certain restrictions apply; there are no refunds. Click here for ticket information.
While both are musical performances, a musical usually contains dialogue, a plot and/or additional costumes. While most of our musicals began as off-Broadway shows, our cabaret revues are original shows arranged by J. Kent Barnhart, who also serves as pianist and emcee.
A cabaret revue is a performance with emphasis on the music, usually built around a theme. Each performance features three or four professional singers; J. Kent Barnhart serves as pianist and emcee, offering insight into the musical selections and humorous anecdotes.
Quality Hill Playhouse does not serve dinner. There are several restaurants within walking distance of the playhouse.
Performances are appropriate for children old enough to understand and appreciate musical theatre — usually age 10 and older. Due to the intimate nature of the theatre and the productions, children under the age of 6 are not allowed.
Quality Hill Playhouse is handicap accessible. Handicap parking spaces are located in the covered parking garage adjacent to the theatre. The playhouse has two wheelchair seating locations. To view the seating chart, click here.
Most performances include one fifteen-minute intermission.
Most performances last between one hour and forty-five minutes and two hours.
Covered parking is available directly adjacent to the playhouse; QHP patrons pay only $3. Quality Hill Playhouse neither owns nor operates the parking facility. Street parking is also available.
Quality Hill Playhouse is located one half block east of Broadway on the south side of 10th Street at 303 West 10th Street. To view a map and door-to-door driving directions, click here.
Most people wear “business casual” attire. Although many people enjoy dressing up for an elegant evening, others enjoy casual wear. Extremely casual clothing (jeans, shorts, etc.) is not appropriate.