Here are some useful tips to remember when booking your
tickets and coming to a PSP show! Following these hints
will help you and others have an even more enjoyable experience
at the theatre before, during and after the show.
BEFORE - DON'T MISS YOUR CUE:
No show is complete without an audience. Your attendance is just as integral
to the show as the actors and other artists. Therefore
it is important that you don't miss your entrance,
so we strongly recommend that you arrive at the theatre
EARLY (no later than one half hour before show time)
for three reasons:
PARKING - The theatre is on top of a rather big hill,
and there is limited parking in the top parking lot.
Once that lot is full patrons need to park their cars
in the bottom lot and walk up the hill (there is a
nice stairway for you) to get to the theatre.
GET A GOOD SEAT - At PSP our seating is general admission.
Getting there early will help you get a good seat.
Although there isn't a bad seat in the theatre, we're
sure you'll want your choice among them.
AVOID THE LINE - There can sometimes be a long line
at the box office of people picking up tickets. Getting
to the theatre early will help you avoid the line
and help you get into the theatre to choose a good
PSP has parking spaces in the back
designated for persons with disabilities. Anyone parking
in these spots must have the proper authorization (tag and/or
We also have a wheelchair-accessible
stall in each bathroom and can remove the front row of seats
in the theatre to accommodate wheelchairs or walkers.
you require any of these special accommodations, it is important
that you Call (650) 359-8002
and alert the theatre in advance so the staff can
prepare and reserve the space.
At this time the theatre does NOT
have audio/listening devices for hearing impaired persons.
DURING - DISCONNECT,
SIT BACK AND RELAX:
As a courtesy to the performers and other audience
members, we request that you avoid entering or exiting
the theatre during the performance, except in the
case of an emergency.
Kindly turn off your cell phones, pagers, or watches
before entering the theatre. Any person holding electronics
that beep or make other noises during the show will
be asked to come up on stage and do the hokey pokey
in front of everyone (you think we're joking...).
We hold auditions
for each show, and we would love to have you come
to one if you are interested in being on stage...while
in the audience, however, we request that you refrain
from having conversations during the show and leave
the performance to the actors.
AFTER - GREET THE CAST:
The cast is always eager to greet you after each show. To help us keep from
having a crowd in our little lobby, we request you
meet the cast in the Gallery (the room where refreshments
are offered during intermission).