If you are a subscriber and would like to reserve a seat, we have a reserved seat option.
If you have special needs we will reserve a seat for you.
The capacity of Bunbury Theatre is 144 seats and there's not a bad seat in the house. However, if you'd like your absolute choice of seat, please arrive as the house opens.
The house opens one half hour prior to performance and generally for the convenience of patrons who arrive on time, there is no late seating. If seats are available, and at the discretion of the house manager, he or she may seat late comers.
There are six rows of seats on risers and there are handrails for those who need help in climbing stairs.
The taking of photographs during the performances are strictly prohibited. Please make arrangements for children under 3 and no babes in arms. Although we love babies, they can be disruptive to the other patrons.
Bunbury Theatre Company at The Henry Clay Theatre is wheelchair accessible. Currently we do not have assigned seating, however, if you call the box-office at (502)585-5306 we can reserve a specific seat for you. Often people request the front row for either sight or hearing issues.
Bunbury will only cancel performances due to extreme conditions such as ice. If in doubt, please call the box-office at 585-5306 or check here on our NEWS PAGE for any cancellations.
Whether it be General Admission, or Seniors all will see a discount with a Season Ticket. Season Ticket holders will be able to Reserve Seats at a slight premium. As a Season Subscriber, you will receive our email newsletter and be informed of special discounts. By purchasing a ticket at a substantial discount we cannot offer refunds. It is understood that all our plays are subject to obtaining rights to produce each play. From time to time rights can be pulled by the royalty house for myriad reasons. Should this arise, we will make every effort to replace the production with a comparable work. Although we cannot refund purchases, we will work with our subscribers to provide compensation for productions not presented due to changes in programming.