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One Play happens once a semester.

Hartford Stage offers $5 One Play Tickets for CCC students, staff & faculty!

STUDENTS, STAFF, FACULTY: Get your tickets by calling the box office or in person! Choose from available Fall & Spring One Play Dates below!

FACULTY: Integrate One Play into your Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 syllabi! Check out the Instructor Resources page for templates, host a Hartford Stage In-Class Workshop, and attend “Meet the Actors” events after the run of each new One Play show!

Tickets
  • $5 One Play tickets (buy up to two tickets at this cost per CCC ID).
  • Purchase in person or reserve by calling (860) 527-5151.
  • $5 ticket prices – apply to all performances except opening nights – only for designated One Play dates. Supplies are limited.
 
How to Buy Tickets
  • Purchase up to 2 tickets per Capital Community College ID.
    Purchase by phone or in-person.
    Show your CCC ID when picking up tickets.

     


    Call the Box Office at 860-527-5151, open daily from noon to 5:00pm.

    OR

    Purchase on-site at 50 Church Street, open daily from noon to 5:00pm.

Field Trip Basics (tips for faculty)
  • Plan ahead and put the event on your syllabus. If there is a cost involved (usually not more than $5), it is recommended that you state this in your syllabus and announce it from the first day of class. You may want to say “If this poses a problem, please see me privately.” If any students do express their inability to pay, contact Jeff Partridge for assistance.

    If the event is extra credit, provide your students with the event information, including how to get tickets, and leave it to them. Some students may not be able to attend an event that happens on only one date/time, so be sure to offer extra credit across variety of dates/times or events.


    If the event is required, there are two ways of organizing it:

    1. See it “on your own.” Explain that students will need to attend the event on their own prior to a particular deadline, and list this requirement in your syllabus. In this way, the students are responsible for the material for class discussion and/or assignments in the same way that you require other material, like readings or viewing media. With this method, you do not need to purchase tickets for students but leave it up to them.
    2. See it together. Explain that you will see the event together as a class on a particular date/time, and list this requirement in your syllabus. This is a good way to build class relationships, but be sure to make a contingency plan for any students who are not available for the scheduled date/time. For students who are unable to attend the scheduled date/time, either (A) inform students that they need to go to or call the box office to purchase tickets themselves or (B) purchase the tickets for your class in bulk and ask the student to buy their tickets through you. Option (A) sometimes results in students not getting tickets before the event sells out; Option (B) sometimes results in the instructor “eating” some of the tickets if students don’t show.
    3.  
Contact

Hartford Stage
50 Church Street
Hartford, CT 06103
Box Office: (860) 527-5151
Email: BoxOffice@hartfordstage.org
www.hartfordstage.com

HHP Liaison

Julia Rosenblatt, Humanities
jrosenblatt@ccc.commnet.edu
(860) 906-5206

How to Buy Tickets
  • Purchase up to 2 tickets per Capital Community College ID.
    Purchase by phone or in-person.
    Show your CCC ID when picking up tickets.

     


    Call the Box Office at 860-527-5151, open daily from noon to 5:00pm.

    OR

    Purchase on-site at 50 Church Street, open daily from noon to 5:00pm.

Field Trip Basics (tips for faculty)
  • Plan ahead and put the event on your syllabus. If there is a cost involved (usually not more than $5), it is recommended that you state this in your syllabus and announce it from the first day of class. You may want to say “If this poses a problem, please see me privately.” If any students do express their inability to pay, contact Jeff Partridge for assistance.

    If the event is extra credit, provide your students with the event information, including how to get tickets, and leave it to them. Some students may not be able to attend an event that happens on only one date/time, so be sure to offer extra credit across variety of dates/times or events.


    If the event is required, there are two ways of organizing it:

    1. See it “on your own.” Explain that students will need to attend the event on their own prior to a particular deadline, and list this requirement in your syllabus. In this way, the students are responsible for the material for class discussion and/or assignments in the same way that you require other material, like readings or viewing media. With this method, you do not need to purchase tickets for students but leave it up to them.
    2. See it together. Explain that you will see the event together as a class on a particular date/time, and list this requirement in your syllabus. This is a good way to build class relationships, but be sure to make a contingency plan for any students who are not available for the scheduled date/time. For students who are unable to attend the scheduled date/time, either (A) inform students that they need to go to or call the box office to purchase tickets themselves or (B) purchase the tickets for your class in bulk and ask the student to buy their tickets through you. Option (A) sometimes results in students not getting tickets before the event sells out; Option (B) sometimes results in the instructor “eating” some of the tickets if students don’t show.
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