This screen allows you to enter a range of performance dates. Ongoing open-ended performances should not enter more than six months in advance. (Records for ongoing performances can be easily extended.)
START DATE / END DATE: Select the start and end dates of your production including previews using the year, month and date drop-down menus.
DAYS / TIME: Check all days of the week that share a specific performance time and enter that time. [ EXAMPLE: WE, TH, FR, SA and 8:00 PM] and click the Save Event Schedule button. A list of performances will appear to the right of the menu. Repeat the process set of performances [ EXAMPLE: SA, SU at 2:00 PM]. Continue this process until your full performance schedule is shown in the list.
If erroneous performances are listed [EXAMPLE: You only have Sunday matinees in the first and third week.] Click the X on that line in the far right column under the D to delete that line. Repeat for any schedule lines added in error or if one or more entries in a longer series are planned to be skipped.
Click the button with the red circle and white X under the PVW column to indicate preview performances. These performances are not availabe to awards program adjudicators for ticket requests or evaluation.
The S/O column is reserved for future development use and need not be utilized at the time. If clicked it will put a Sold Out icon next to that performances data on the Event Listings page.
The B/O column is to be used by logged-in producers to black-out selected performances from awards program adjudicator ticket requests.
Click Continue to save your selections and move to the next screen. You can also use Back to return to the prior screen.
SPECIAL NOTE FOR PRODUCERS OR BOX OFFICE PERSONNEL WITH LOG-IN ACCESS:
For productions submitted for TBA Awards consideration, please check the B/O (black out) option for individual performances that are or become unavailable for adjudicator ticket requests. The S/O (sold out) option appears on the public listings page but does not prevent adjudicators from requesting tickets for that performance. S/O and B/O restrictions may be updated at any time. B/O cannot be imposed retroactively once adjudicator reservations have been confirmed but can prevent further requests for that performance.