What Are These Fees?

FACILITIES FEE:

This fee is applied to each ticket. It ranges from $1.00 to $4.00 depending on the price of the ticket. This fee helps to cover the costs of our beautiful, historic facilities—The Colonial Theatre, The Fitzpatrick Mainstage and The Unicorn Theatre.

These buildings are treasured cultural landmarks in the Berkshires, and they require a lot of love and care to maintain. We consider it our most important duty to make sure that they are well taken care of. In order to do that we add a small facilities fee onto each ticket to cover the cost of upkeep and to ensure that these buildings will remain open to the community for a long time to come!

PROCESSING FEE:

This fee is applied once at the end of each order. It is $1.00 for all orders, regardless of the size of the order. This fee helps to cover all the costs of processing tickets including staffing the Ticket Office and paying for necessities such as ticketing software, ticket stock, envelopes, etc.

All fees are applied online, over the phone, and in-person.

We greatly appreciate your support in our efforts to do justice to our theaters and to our community, and we are so thankful for your continued patronage!

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