Ticket FAQ's


If I subscribe to both the Segerstrom and Argyros Stages, do I get an additional discount?
Yes! Check out the savings when you subscribe to all nine shows as a Super Subscriber.

Where do I park?
The most convenient, secure parking for SCR patrons is available in the structure off of Anton Boulevard and Park Center Drive. A $10 cash parking charge will be collected as you enter. The parking structure is not owned or operated by South Coast Repertory and only accepts cash. Many local restaurants offer complimentary parking during SCR performances. Go to Map.

What if I arrive late to my performance or leave my seat during a performance?
We work hard to provide you with the best theatre experience. To cause the least disruption, SCR patrons who have not entered the theatre when the performance begins will be asked to watch the show on monitors in the lobby until an appropriate break in the performance. Latecomers, as well as those who leave the theatre anytime during the performance, may be assisted to alternate seats by the House Manager at an appropriate interval and may then take their assigned seats at intermission. SCR accepts no liability for inconvenience.

How do I correct my personal contact information?
If your address is listed incorrectly, or if you move during the season, please notify us as soon as possible so that we may keep your customer information accurate. Or you may login to "My SCR" above and change your information on "Account Information."

How do I get seating priority?
While we make every effort to honor seating requests, subscription seats are assigned in the order received. Subscribe early for the best seats at the best price!

Electronic Devices
As a courtesy to all patrons, please turn all electronics to non-audible or off mode and do not text during the performance. Also, audio or video recording or the taking photographs prior to or during a performance is not allowed as the plays contain copyrighted material.

How will I be contacted in case of emergency?
If you expect calls during a performance, please leave your seat number with the House Manager and give SCR’s number to your telephone service, (714) 708-5500 and press 9 at the prompt.

Do you serve alcoholic beverages?
The SCR Playwrights Bar is open one hour prior to curtain and during all intermissions. You may order your intermission drink before the show and avoid the rush.

Do you offer listening devices for those with hearing difficulties?
The Segerstrom and Julianne Argyros stages offer assistive listening devices from Listen Technologies. The devices feature a rich, personalized sound from any seat in the house and can work in conjunction with a personal hearing device. Read more about this assistive technology. Headsets amplify the sound from the stage and may be used from any seat. Please see concessions to check out a free headset (subject to availability).

Does SCR offer American Sign Language (ASL)-Interpreted Performances?
Yes! Each Segerstrom, Julianne Argyros and Theatre for Young Audiences plays, as well as A Christmas Carol, offer an ASL-interpreted performance for the deaf, hard of hearing and ASL community. See the ASL-interpreted performance dates here.

Is SCR wheelchair accessible?
We do offer seating for patrons who utilize wheelchairs. To ensure the best theatre experience, arrangements must be made in advance of the performance date by notifying SCR Ticket Services at (714) 708-5555.

Can I bring my kids?
Yes! Without exception, each audience member (kids, included) must have a ticket to be admitted. No babes-in-arms are allowed to our performances. No children under age six will be admitted to regular performances; no children under age four will be admitted to Theatre for Young Audiences and Junior and Teen Players performances. Regardless of age, everyone must have a ticket, sit in a seat and be able to sit quietly through the performance. Also, check online or​ call the Box Office at (714) 708-5555 for our recommendations for each show; we offer information on content/age appropriateness.

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Photo: Adam Haas Hunter, Charlie Robinson and Jarrod M. Smith in The Whipping Man by Matthew Lopez, in 2015. Photo by Debora Robinson.