The original price for the 4/23/14 performance includes a $7.75 convenience fee and a $4.00 handling fee. The original price for the remaining performances includes a $8.75 convenience fee and a $4.00 handling fee. The deal is valid only for tickets on the date[s] of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates. We will refund your voucher within 24 hours of purchase for any reason. We will refund your voucher if the event is cancelled or rescheduled. No refunds are available after the event has passed. Groups wishing to sit together must have 1 customer purchase all [tickets OR vouchers] for group; subject to availability. If you desire to transfer your tickets to someone else, you may do so by contacting the organization's ticketing office at least 1 day after your purchase. Ticket transfers are subject to availability. Purchaser must pick up tickets(s) at Will Call prior to show.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to The Forum takes place in ancient Rome. Pseudolus, a lying, dishonorable, yet lovable slave, endlessly connives to obtain his freedom, despite the fact that his master, Senex, is tolerant of his sloppy, insubordinate conduct. When Pseudolus learns that young Hero, son of Senex, loves one of the girls from a house of ill repute, he agrees, in exchange for his freedom, to help the innocent Hero win the maiden’s love. This sets the stage for some outrageous situations and hilarious moments in what many have called the funniest farce ever written.