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  • How do I get involved as a volunteer?
    You can fill out a volunteer application form online here! If you already have a Better Impact account, click here to log in. If you have other questions or need help, you can contact us at or call 541.758.7827
  • How does The Majestic provide accessibility?
    For Patrons with Limited Mobility: We offer wheelchair accessible seating in all of our performances spaces. If you or your guests require a special seating arrangement, please contact the box office so that we can find you an appropriate seat. We will make every attempt to seat one companion in an adjacent seat and any additional guests as close as possible. Fully accessible public restrooms are located near the main lobby. For Patrons who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Select evening performance of production is sign interpreted by certified American Sign Language interpreters. Assistive listening devices are available for every performance. These devices amplify the actors and enhance the words spoken on stage by separating speech from background noise. Devices can be checked out from the Box Office. For Patrons with Sensory Processing Concerns: For guests who are sensitive to bright lights, loud sound effects, or have other sensory concerns, a sensory guide will be available for each production shortly after it opens. Service Animals: Service animals, such as guide dogs, are permitted inside The Majestic Theatre to assist our patrons. So that we can make sure to provide the best seating options for you and your service animal, please alert the box office if you plan on attending with a service animal.
  • How do I purchase tickets?
    Tickets are sold online through Arts People here; you can also purchase tickets by calling our box office at 541.738.7469 or stopping by in person.
  • What discounts are offered?
    Oregon Trail/Corvallis Arts for All: If you are currently receiving EBT benefits and have an Oregon Trail Card, you can show that in person at the box office to receive up to two (2) $5 tickets through the Corvallis Arts For All program. The CAFA program is subject to availability per show and performance. Group Discount: Groups of 10 or more can receive $2 off each ticket when they purchase together. Volunteer: Volunteers often get free tickets to shows! Ushers get to see the show for free on the job, concessions and Street Team get a free ticket, and production volunteers get a free comp ticket. From set painting, makeup and costumes, stage crew, and more, there’s lots of ways to volunteer, and we welcome all volunteers with all skill levels!
  • The show I wanted to see sold out. Is there anything I can do?
    A waitlist will become available for patrons who arrive one hour before the sold-out performance of a play or musical. At showtime, any available seats will be given to patrons on the waitlist. Concerts and single-event shows do not qualify for the waitlist, but if stop by just before showtime, we often have tickets that were released back to the theater which will be resold at a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Do I need to purchase a ticket for my child?
    Children age two and under can sit on a guardian’s lap for free. Seats will need to be purchased for older children. We have booster seats available upon request. Nongender restrooms with changing tables are located on the second floor, to the right of the stairwell.
  • Who qualifies for student/senior ticket prices?
    Student tickets are available to patrons aged 3 and up who are currently enrolled in school. Senior tickets are available for patrons aged 60 and up.
  • How can I get a refund?
    If you find that you need a refund, please contact our business office in person or by calling 541-758-7827. Note: all refund requests must be made five (5) or more business days before the date of event.
  • Where is the Lost & Found?
    The Lost & Found is located next to the business office, on the left side of the building when you enter from the main doors.
  • How do I propose a play?
    We accept proposals for mainstage plays and musicals in the winter. Proposals for Majestic Readers' Theatre Company productions may be submitted at any time here.
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