For inquiries and tickets call 302.656.7442
Central Middle School
Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park
The park is located behind the Wilmington train station, along Rosa Parks Drive and the Christina River.
Guests are encouraged to park at the many different lots around the Orange and Market Street areas.
Free parking is also available at the Shipyard Shops, Frawley Stadium, and the Chase Center on the Riverfront.
Directions on the above locations can be found here: https://riverfrontwilm.com/
The Open Air Theatre at Longwood Gardens
Nestled in a frame of clipped arborvitae and towering trees, the historic Open Air Theatre has hosted countless theatrical performances and concerts since it debuted in 1914.
Unique features of our 1,500 seat Theatre include a 10-foot water curtain in front of the stage, numerous fountains built into the stage, and underground dressing rooms.
Copeland Hall at The Grand Opera House
The Grand Opera House entertains and engages its communities through exceptional, diverse live performances and educational outreach. Committed to broad accessibility and sound financial management, The Grand enhances regional quality of life and contributes to a thriving downtown Wilmington. As steward of a historic Delaware theater that is home to several valued arts groups, The Grand affirms the arts’ vital role within our communities to promote greater understanding and lift the human spirit.
The Gold Ballroom at Hotel du Pont
Built in 1918 in the French Neoclassic and Louis XVI styles, this inspiring space can accommodate parties of up to 500. Spectacular design touches include ornate decorations, unique scenes created in the sgraffito technique (multiple layers of hand-etched, colored plaster) and bas-relief medallions of famous women from history circling the ceiling.
Tatnall School’s Laird Performing Arts Center
Acknowledged as one of the finest performance venues of its size in the region, the Laird Performing Arts Center (PAC) opened in September of 2007. The building is named in honor of William Winder “Chick” Laird, one of the school’s leading benefactors. The building includes the 471-seat Marvin Theater, whose name honors David and Nancy Marvin, former parents and current Tatnall grandparents.
The 23,000 square foot PAC includes a 40-foot proscenium with a 38-foot deep stage (from the curtain), dressing rooms, full scene shop, multipurpose room and the following technical capabilities:
- 288 dimmers
- 236 light fixture inventory
- 54 front of house lighting positions
- 120 onstage overhead electric positions
- 64 stage level electric positions
- Clear-com communication to all technical positions, dressing rooms, shop and multipurpose room
- separate light, sound and follow spot booths
- full-fly capabilities
- acoustically designed wall configuration
- state-of-the-art sound system with 10channels of wireless microphones
- video projection capabilities with computer and video interface
Cab Calloway School of the Arts
Cab Calloway School of the Arts (CCSA) is the premiere public school with an arts-based curriculum in the state of Delaware. Founded in 1992 by a group of parents seeking quality education in a motivating environment, the school is part of the Red Clay Consolidated School District (RCCSD). Named after the American jazz icon, Cab Calloway, CCSA provides both academic and arts education for students in grades 6-12.
Cape Henlopen High School Auditorium
Located in Lewes, Cape Henlopen High School is home to the Theater Academy. The Cape Henlopen Theatre Academy is committed to the development of young artists as Theatre professionals. The Academy strives to elicit creative self-expression, critical thinking, and artistry through its curriculum and its productions in preparing students for successful entrance into a conservatory or university level Theatre training program.
Seating for DSO performances is by section. Seating within each section is general admission.
Milford High School
Dover High School