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BABES IN ARMS
In consideration of the patrons around you and the performers on stage, children who are crying or otherwise being disruptive will be asked to leave the theatre. Tickets are required for children of all ages. For more information, please call the box office at 561-832-7469.

WE LOVE GROUPS
Groups are especially welcome at the Kravis Center. There’s no better way to reward or thank clients, employees, civic organizations, clubs, religious groups, friends or whomever, than with a show-stopping performance at this world-class venue. Large or small, get your group together and take advantage of the personalized service and special ticket discounts that will make you a hero. Group discounts are available for most Kravis Center presentations. For more information, call Group Sales at 561-651-4304 or 561-651-4438 or visit kravis.org/groupsales

STUDENT & EDUCATOR RUSH TICKET PROGRAM
In addition to providing educational opportunities through the arts, the Kravis Center has deepened its commitment to make select self-initiated presentations even more accessible to students and educators. By presenting a student or educator ID at the Kravis Center Box Office one hour prior to the performance, students/educators will receive 50% off any section ticket (excluding Premium Seating and Kravis On Broadway presentations) from orchestra to rear balcony, based on availability. For more information and specific prices, please call the Box Office at 561-832-7469.
Sponsored by
Suzanne G. Reis Arts Education Fund


REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES

Kravis Center policy prohibits refunds and exchanges on tickets. All sales are final. Tickets for Kravis Center presentations that you are unable to use may be donated to the Kravis Center’s annual fund as a tax-deductible contribution, provided they are returned to the Box Office at least 24 hours in advance of the performance.

For Kravis On Broadway presentations, we are not able to accept tickets for a tax deductible contribution due to contractual restrictions. However, Kravis On Broadway subscribers can exchange tickets for another performance of the same show, if they are available. Return your tickets to the Box Office prior to the opening night of the show.

ADMISSION
Lobby doors open approximately ninety minutes prior to the announced performance time. Theatre doors open thirty minutes prior to curtain. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of management.

ETIQUETTE
A performance at the Kravis Center can be a truly uplifting experience for all of our guests and for the performers as well. Following are two tips that will maximize everyone’s enjoyment.

Silence is golden when it comes to cell phones.
Please silence all watches with alarms, beepers, cell phones and other electronic devices prior to the performance and again after intermission. Some electronic devices can cause interference with our performance sound system. Please refrain from texting during performances, as the glow from your device is distracting.

It isn’t over till it’s over.
A quick departure is noticed by everyone in the audience and especially by the performers on stage. Why ruin the experience for those around you in an effort to save a few minutes going to your car? Leaving early also means you’ll miss any encores and curtain calls.

Any guest who poses a health or sanitary risk; disturbs other guests; causes damage to Kravis Center property; or does not cooperate with Kravis Center staff when asked to follow operational policies, will be asked to leave the venue.

SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT
In compliance with the Florida Clean Indoor Air Act, Section 386.201 of Florida Statutes, the Kravis Center is a non-smoking facility. Smoking, however, is permitted outside of the building in the various public areas.

SERVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
The Kravis Center facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities, assuring a pleasurable performance experience. 

Seating
Accessible seating for persons with disabilities and a companion is available for all shows on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to mention your interest in wheelchair-accessible seating or other accommodations when placing your ticket order. Kravis Center wheelchairs are free of charge and are also available on a first-come, first-served basis. For on-property use only.

Parking
Parking spaces for persons with disabilities are located on the third floor of the garage. They provide easy access to garage elevators and a covered walkway to the theatres. Entrances are located on Iris Street and Tamarind Avenue. Please note: oversized vehicles must enter through the valet parking entrance on Okeechobee Boulevard. Guests are also welcome to use the pick-up and drop-off entrance on Sapodilla Avenue located at the east end of the Dreyfoos Hall lobby.

Elevators
Four large elevators located on the east and west sides of the lobby provide easy access to all levels of the Center. Controls on all elevators are designated in Braille, in addition to the standard visual markings.  

Restrooms
With the exception of the balcony, there are restrooms on all levels of the Kravis Center that contain facilities for persons with disabilities. Signage on all restrooms is designated in Braille, in addition to the standard visual markings.

Audio Aides
A state-of-the-art, infrared audio enhancement system is available for the hearing-impaired during all performances in Dreyfoos Hall, the Rinker Playhouse and Persson Hall. (Also available for our popular pre and post-concert Artist Discussions.) Receivers and earphones are available free of charge and may be picked up one hour before curtain time at the Guest Services Station located on the east side of the lobby.

Open Captioning
The Kravis Center will provide open captioning for all Saturday matinee performances of Kravis On Broadway presentations. Intended to allow deaf or hard of hearing audience members to more fully enjoy Broadway performances, Live Performance Captioning (or open captioning) is a text display located on either side of the stage that scrolls words in synchronization with the performance. Specially reserved seats for people with hearing loss will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Those in need of the service should alert the box office when ordering tickets. Sign language interpreters are provided at all Sunday matinee performances of Kravis On Broadway presentations.

Large Print Programs
Large print programs are available for all Kravis Center presentations. The large print programs may be picked up at the Guest Services Desk located in the lobby.

PROGRAM CHANGES
The Kravis Center reserves the right to make changes in programs and artists without prior notice.

DINING FACILITIES
Bistro Teatro offers the perfect casual pre-theatre dining experience, serving light fare in our majestic Mezzanine level lobby during most Dreyfoos Hall performances. For more information, please call 561-651-4444. Open before and during intermission of Dreyfoos Hall performances only.


TOURS
Tours are led by experienced volunteer guides and offered free of charge. They are available by appointment and last approximately 75 minutes. To schedule a tour, please call 561-651-4233.

SPEAKERS BUREAU
From backstage stories and information about special programs to observations about the future of the performing arts – the Speakers Bureau is a valuable resource available free of charge to businesses, community and social organizations looking for guest speakers. For more information, contact the Speakers Bureau hotline at 561-651-4215.

KRAVIS CENTER ONLINE
Our Web site allows you to “select your seat” and purchase tickets online from the convenience of your home or office, read about the Center’s upcoming shows and much more. When you are on the go, you can access kravis.org from your mobile phone.

GALLERY & GIFT SHOP

Located on the east end of the Dreyfoos Hall lobby, the Kravis Center Gallery & Gift Shop features a unique selection of performing arts-inspired items and general gift merchandise to fit every gift-giving occasion – from  jewelry, stationary, handbags and fashion accessories to decorative items for the home. The Gallery & Gift Shop is open for Dreyfoos Hall performances only. For further information, call 561-651-4329.

 

Visit the Center’s Web site at kravis.org

KRAVIS CENTER MEMBERSHIP
Become a member of the Kravis Center for as little as $75 per year and receive many unique and exciting benefits. Please call 651-4320.

KRAVIS CENTER AUXILIARY GROUPS
Kravis Center Corporate Partners is comprised of corporate and professional leaders in Palm Beach County who support and enable the Kravis Center’s continuation of its extensive educational and community outreach programs. Corporate Partners membership offers business leaders the opportunity to act as an integral part of the Kravis Center, building awareness of the Center within the business community. For more information, call 561-651-4201.

The Young Friends of the Kravis Center is a giving group of young professionals, 25ish to 49ish, committed to supporting arts and culture in Palm Beach County. The Young Friends organize events throughout the year to support education programs which enable the children of our community to be exposed to the arts. For more information, call 561-651-4429.

KRAVIS CENTER NOTEABLES
VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

The Noteables are volunteer men and women who generously contribute their time and talent to help the Kravis Center meet the needs of the community. To become a Kravis Center Noteable, call 561-651-4294.

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
701 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Telephone: 561-833-8300
Fax: 561-833-3901
E-mail: kravis@kravis.org
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm

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