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Fayetteville, PA (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
With a return to seven shows for the first time in nearly forty years, Totem Pole Playhouses 2013 regular season is drawing lots of attention from theatre fans eager for choice seats months before the curtain rises on the first production. Increased interest in the season has resulted in the non-profit theatre located amongst the trees of Caledonia State Park in the heart of historic south-central Pennsylvania seeing a substantial increase in early ticket and subscription sales over the 2012 season.
Since opening the box office for 2013, Totem Pole Playhouse management has seen a 76 percent increase in full season subscribers renewal over the same period last year. Individual ticket sales are up 103 percent over 2012 and four-show Passports, formerly called Flex Subscriptions have increased as well. Overall, the theatre has booked nearly 15,000 reservations and sales for the season that runs from May 25 through September 1 resulting in an astounding 194 percent increase in revenue to date versus the same time frame in 2012.
Always a popular attraction recognized for excellent productions, the 2013 season at Totem Pole Playhouse has been billed as a comeback season, designed to celebrate and bring new life into the community. Beyond the expanded, high-caliber, variety-filled production line-up, the shows of the 2013 season feature the largest casts in decades and represent Totem Poles most ambitious year ever. We are highly committed to making 2013 the year that wows our patrons time and again to reinvigorate the magic and excitement that Totem Pole is famous for, said Nathan Rotz, Executive Director of Totem Pole Playhouse. So far, if the excitement were seeing and huge increases in sales and reservations since last year is any indication, were well on our way there, Rotz added, continuing, People are telling us that they really appreciate being able to take advantage of world-class productions at the affordable prices we can charge because every penny goes toward the production.