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Information for Non-Arts Division Producers

INSTRUCTIONS TO NON-ARTS DIVISION PRODUCERS:

AEO staff is happy to consult with you BEFORE your event is promoted publicly and BEFORE tickets go on sale.

See also: Things to Know in Advance

✓  Determine maximum seating capacity for your event

  1. First, confirm the seating capacity for the venue. (See links to seating charts.)
  2. Subtract the number of seats that you will *not* be used. (e.g., Are you blocking off any seats for a camera tripod? Musicians? Will seats be removed from sale because of poor sightlines?)

✓  Select a Representative from your organization to be available at the event

  1. Select someone close to your organization to act as your group's representative at the event.
  2. The Day-of-Event Representative works closely with Arts Division's Audience Services crew.
  3. The Event Representative will meet with the student House Manager approx. 1.5 hours prior to scheduled start time to coordinate details.
  4. The Event Representative will make themselves available in the lobby area as patrons arrive.
  5. The Event Representative will be called upon to address any special ticket requests, patron queries about the organization, queries about the event program, queries about the artists or speakers.

✓  Ticket instructions for NON-ARTS groups and producers

  1. Please issue ten (10) complimentary tickets to the Arts Events Office, and bring them to the House Manager on duty at the event. In the Recital Hall these 10 tickets will be used as follows: four (4) "House Seats" will be used to resolve ticketing or seating issues, and up to six (6) will be used for Usher seats. (Note: Other venues may have slightly different numbers. We will advise you.) The House Manager will return unused "House Manager" tickets to you for re-issue.
  2. Do *not* offer tickets that exceed the number of available seats.
  3. A seat = a ticket. A ticket = a seat.
  4. If you are issuing complimentary tickets ("comps") to any guests or VIPs, please include these in the total number of tickets for your event.
  5. We highly recommend you issue 4-10 VIP tickets to yourself so you have tickets "in your pocket" for unexpected seating needs. You can always release these tickets for sale if you don't need them.

✓  Please deliver printed programs to the House Manager 1 hour before the advertised start time.