Plan Your Visit

About the Venue

We are excited to share that our 36th anniversary production will hosted on the University of North Texas Denton campus at the University Theater located in the Radio, Television, Film and Performing Arts buildings.  The RTFP building is located on the corner of Union Circle and Welch Street in Denton.


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Parking is available in designated school parking lots.


Accessible seating is available in the theater and is marked.  Any seating marked for accessibility does not have a seat and is for wheelchair only. This venue does not have a balcony. Designated parking is available on Union Circle and the Union Circle Parking Garage. Parking fees may apply.

We don’t want to give away any ‘spoilers' when promoting a production but understand that some productions may cause distress or trigger challenging emotions for some of our audience members.

If there are certain themes that you would find particularly upsetting and you are interested in finding out more about the performance before purchasing tickets, please email us at or give us a call at (940) 891-0830.

Theatre Etiquette / Dress Code


Learning proper theater etiquette allows you to avoid embarrassment and lets everyone have a wonderful time at the performance. Disruptions create issues with other audience members and can also be dangerous to the performers.

Here are a few simple basic etiquette tips.

  • Be punctual. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes to the venue giving yourself plenty of time to find the right parking spot and to find your seat. If you arrive late, you may be asked to wait for intermission or a time when it is best for you to be seated.
  • Avoid wearing a hat, large hair accessories, or big or tall hairstyles so as not to block the view of the people sitting around and behind you.
  • Silence all cell phones, alarms, and any other electronic devices. Avoid using devices during performance.  We offer an intermission after Act I for your convenience. Absolutely no photography or video is permitted during performances.
  • Avoid talking, whispering, singing, or humming during the performance. Beverages and snacks are available for purchase during  intermission in the foyer.
  • Visit the restroom before the show or during intermission. If you need to use the restroom frequently, we recommend you choose a seat that is on the aisle.
  • Please keep feet on the floor and not rested on seats. Do not allow children to kick or climb on seats or play in the aisles.
  • Performers enjoy your enthusiastic applause. At the end of scenes or dances, it is customary to applaud the dancers.
  • Always wait until the performers have taken their final bows before leaving the theater
  • No photography or videoing is allowed during performances. This is a distraction for our dancers and also violates copyright. Anyone that violates our policy will be asked to leave.
  • Attending a performance can be an exciting time for a young child. Be sure to select the appropriate performance and discuss proper manners prior to attending. Every child must have their own seat and sit in the seat. Children sitting on laps can be an obstruction to other patrons. Children should never be left unattended.
  • Be courteous and respectful to other patrons and volunteers.
  • Sit in your seat properly to avoid blocking the view of others.
  • Please be seated in your assigned seat in order to avoid confusion to other patrons.  

Dress Code

While the venue does not have a specific dress code for performances for patrons, we typically find patrons dressed in business casual attire. If you are celebrating something special, feel free to dress for the occasion. A nice pair of jeans is also appropriate.

Keep in mind that most theaters can sometimes be chilly, so we recommend that you consider a sweater or jacket.

Before or After The Show

There are a variety of restaurants and bars located nearby. Take some time to make your trip a holiday experience by extra special by enjoying some Denton favorites.  

Barley & Board

Barley & Board is a locally created gastropub, influenced by seasonal and fresh, high-quality ingredients in harmony with handcrafted brews, located in the heart of Downtown, Denton, TX as well as in the Grandscape Development of Nebraska Furniture Mart in The Colony.

The restaurant is the culmination of creativity, hard work, and tenacity from a team whose driving force is centered on community, craft, and collaboration. The menu showcases a New-American style cuisine, offering an array of small and large plates. Featuring a full bar that includes 36 beers on tap in the Denton location, which highlight Texas breweries, this fine gastropub offers in-house brews as well as a nice selection of wines and hand-crafted cocktails.

Steve's Wine Bar

Steve's is a fun and relaxing wine bar! We do live music, primarily Jazz, wine tastings, wine events, and have a great wine club. We also offer a variety of cigars you may enjoy to-go or sitting on our patio with a glass of wine or beer. Simply put, a relaxing environment for you to kick back and let the worries of life pass you by for a bit. We are also a great place to stop in and pick up great wines to-go as we offer weekly specials on bottles, 6 packs, and cases.

Gnome Cones

Gnome Cones was founded in 2017 out of a deep desire for an other-worldly snow cone experience. The shaved ice realm was in disarray, littered with stale styrofoam cups and questionable artificial ingredients. A delightful childhood treat we once loved had morphed before our eyes into an unhealthy & uninspired bore. Fake flavours, chunky ice, & syrups that left your mouth dyed for days were the name of the game.

Di Abruzzo Italian Market

Di Abruzzo Italian Market is family owned and operated by a second generation Italian American. The family is from the Abruzzo region of Italy and his Grandfather, which is his name sake, Giacomo, came to America in 1927 through Ellis Island and settled in Philadelphia with his Grandmother and was a Tailor until his passing. He has been making his family's recipes since he was a young boy growing up watching and helping his grandmother and mother every Sunday. The family has lived in the area for the majority of 28 years with brief departures to New Orleans and NJ for business and returned to the place they love. They now want to offer all of their customers the wonderful imported and homemade Italian foods that they grew up on by opening Di Abruzzo's.

Seven Mile Cafe

Seven Mile Café is an innovative breakfast & lunch restaurant focused on energetic atmosphere, engaging service, top-notch food and coffee!

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea (Teasley)

Wei and Lisa Bee founded the first Sweetwaters in 1993 in downtown Ann Arbor near their alma mater, The University of Michigan. Inspired by their love of food and drink and driven by their creativity, Sweetwaters was conceived and brought to life. The marvelous result: a coffeehouse that celebrates classic café fare alongside globally influenced coffees and teas in an environment that is both classic and friendly—just like Wei and Lisa. Today, they both remain integral to daily life at Sweetwaters through their stores, community involvement, and search for inspirational products for their guests. Stop by to meet them and say hi if you’d like. Chances are you’ll find them chatting with one of the many regular guests who have now become their friends.