Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What does LTR stand for?
A. Little Theatre of the Rockies.
Q. Is LTR a professional theatre company?
A. Yes, LTR is a professional summer stock theatre company that employs Equity Guest Artists, UNC faculty, community actors and technicians, current students and alumni. LTR is owned and operated by the UNC School of Theatre Arts and Dance.
Q. How long has the organization been in existence?
A. LTR was founded in 1934 by Theatre Director Helen Langworthy and UNC President George Frasier.
Q. What kinds of show are produced each summer?
A. LTR produces a mix of family-friendly comedies, musicals, and the occasional drama.
Q. What months does the theatre operate?
A. The theatre produces 10 weeks of performances from June to early August.
Q. How many shows do you produce each year?
A. The normal season contains 5 productions. Two in Langworthy Theatre and three productions in rotating repertory in the Norton Theatre.
Q. What is the Norton Repertory?
A. Repertory means that there are three different shows that are being performed in the Norton Theatre. Each show has its own schedule thus making it possible for a patron to see all three shows in the same week or in successive weeks. Check the season calendar for the exact dates for each production.
Q. Where are the productions performed?
A. In Langworthy Theatre and Norton Theatre. Both of which are located on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado.
Q. Is there free parking?
A. Yes, there is ample free parking located next to each theatre. Please see Directions and Parking for more information.
Q. What are the curtain times?
A. All evening performances are at 7:30 pm and all matinee performances are at 2:00 pm.
Q. Are there places to eat near the theatres?
A. While there are some small restaurants located on 16th Avenue near the Langworthy Theatre, the best dining will be found off of 8th Avenue in Downtown Greeley.
Q. Can I order and print my tickets online?
A. Yes you can print at home and bring that ticket to the theatre with you to be scanned at the door.
Q. Is food or drink permitted in the theatres?
A. No food products are permitted in the theatre, however, you may purchase a bottled water and take it into the theatre with you.
Q. Are all seats reserved?
A. Langworthy Theatre has reserves seating. Seating for the Norton theatre is all general admission and is on a first come first served basis.
Q. When does the house open for seating?
A. 30 minutes prior to curtain.
Q. Are the theatre handicapped accessible?
A. Yes, but the campus buildings were constructed prior to ADA requirements so it takes a bit more time to enter the building and get seated. You should inform the box office of any special needs when you purchase tickets.
Q. Are the theatres air-conditioned?
A. Yes, both theatres are fully air-conditioned.
Q. Are donations to LTR tax-deductible?
A. Yes, all contributions to LTR are fully deductible as allowed by federal tax law. You may either send a contribution to LTR, University of Northern Colorado, Box 28, Greeley, CO 80639 or use the link on this web site.
Q. Where can I purchase tickets?
A. Tickets can now be purchased in three ways: online, by calling our box office phone number, and in-person sales at the box office window. Buying tickets online and printing them at home is a convenient purchase method and keeps ticketing fees the lowest.
Q. Why is the box office adding new fees?
A. UNC’s new ticket fees are at or below average market rates. The new fees support our box office staff and our ticketing software system. Methods of purchase that involve more staff time- phone sales and window sales- incur slightly higher ticketing fees to support those staff hours.
Q. Why are these fees different than what I’ve paid in the past?
A. As UNC looks ahead to a streamlined, one-stop box office for all University events at Campus Commons, we are standardizing our ticketing procedures and fees. Fees will remain the same for all on-campus events, whether for performing arts or athletics.
Q. What are fees for PVA faculty and staff?
A. Faculty and staff comp tickets WON’T accrue any order charges or per-ticket charges. However, no exchanges may be made once comp tickets are received.
Q. What benefits do subscribers receive?
A. Season ticket subscribers receive a discount by purchasing a full ticket package and are able to select their seats earlier than single-ticket buyers. In addition, subscribers may exchange their tickets (i.e. swapping Thursday tickets for Friday tickets) for FREE at any time.
Q. Do you have a senior discount?
A. We waive the $2 per-ticket fee for window sales for seniors 65 and above.