Frequently Asked Questions
What is the "obstructed" section?
Certain seats at the back of the main floor are sold for half-price. The sight line from these seats is slightly obstructed by one of two 7-inch wide poles holding up the balcony.
Is the building handicap-accessible?
The opera house, occupying the second and third floors of Stoughton City Hall, has many stairs. Our elevator can be entered from street-level, just to the right of the building's main entrance. Select Level 2 for main floor and Level 3 for balcony.
On the main floor, seating involves descent of just one step, while the balcony consists of several. For persons unable to take stairs, we have comfortable seating and space for wheelchairs at the back of the balcony. Reserve in advance.
Where is the best place to sit?
Everyone has their own preference; there's not a bad seat in the house. Sitting up close can be exciting, and the box seats, while offering an angled view, are fun and cushy. The middle of the balcony wins the battle for acoustic perfection.
I lost my tickets! What can I do?
Give us a call! We'll re-print them and have them back to you in no time.
Does the venue offer concessions?
While you can find food and drink at nearby pubs and restaurants, you won't find any in the building itself. We have to keep the City Hall environment clean and professional and the historic opera house pristine, which means we can't allow food or drink into the theatre.
Are the seats as hard as they say?
The original hand-carved wooden seats from 1901 are still going strong! Unfortunately, about 45 minutes into a performance, the charm of it wears off. Patrons are welcome to bring cushions from home or use our very own Stoughton Opera House cushions, which can be found in the box office.
I purchased tickets, but now I have other plans. Can I get a refund?
We're happy to cancel your order and issue customer credit for the amount of the tickets.
Have another question?
Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (608) 877-4400