Groups & Parties
Whether a group of friends or family, a birthday, a social occasion or a fundraiser--a trip to Imagination Stage is guaranteed to delight everyone!
Imagination Stage makes bringing a group easy and fun!
Split Payment–Hold a seat block with a deposit and pay the balance when you have your final headcount.
Group Reservation Code–Pick a performance and we'll give your group members a discount code to purchase their own seats at their leisure.
Backstage Tours–Add-on a tour after most 4 p.m. performances. Tours cover our costume shop, scene shop, lighting and sound booth, and more!
Grab a bite–Groups can eat at our on-site cafe, Kaffee 360, check out Hard Times Café right across the street, or try one of the numerous 'Woodmont Triangle' restaurants in easy walking distance of our theatre!
Don't forget about Meet-the-Actors in our lobby after every 1:30 and 4:00 weekend show, and fun and creative souvenirs in our Gift Shop!
Prices for our Lerner Family Theatre
|Groups of 10-49||20% off|
|Groups of 50-99||30% off|
|Groups of 100+||40% off|
|$4,500 (includes rental of our gallery space)|
|Imagination Stage is working hard to keep your ticket price low. We have kept our facility fee at 7% of your total order for online or phone sales. (*Please note that orders of 10+ are not available online.)|
Workshops and Shows for Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts
In these events scouts watch a include a theatre performance in our Lerner Family Theatre and then participate in a corresponding followed by a 90-minute workshop. Each participating scout walks out with an earned patch (Girl Scouts) or belt loop and academic pin (Cub Scouts).
Dramatically increase your fundraising by purchasing a block of tickets (or the whole theatre!) for a weekend day or evening show as a fundraiser for your organization. We provide a volume discount (cost as low as $9 per ticket) and you sell the tickets at a premium to your event attendees. It is both wonderful family fun and highly successful.
Are you a Group that just wants tickets?
Questions about Group Options, Scouts or Fundraisers?