ON THE HOUSE: Application for Priority Organizations for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Thank you for participating in ON THE HOUSE, Round House Theatre's new community ticket access program that provides complimentary group tickets to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and community-serving organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor.

Priority applications for group tickets to THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME are now being accepted for pre-registered participants.

Priority applications will be accepted from SEPTEMBER 25 - OCTOBER 23, 2019. Ticket awards will be announced on a rolling basis beginning OCTOBER 30, 2019.

Please fill out the form below COMPLETELY in order to be considered for group tickets. Email any questions or concerns to Community@RoundHouseTheatre.org.

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About the Show
Organization Name *
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Mailing Address *
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Website Address *
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Contact Name *
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Contact Title *
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Contact Phone Number *
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Contact Email Address *
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What is your first choice date and time? (Please note: Saturday nights and Sunday matinees are our most popular and highly-attended performances and typically have limited availability. ) *
What is your second choice date and time? *
What is your third choice date and time? *
Total Number of Tickets Requested (Organizations may request between 10 and 60 tickets per show. Every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket for the performance. Children under age 4 will not be admitted.) *
Out of your total tickets above, how many will be used by students (age 13 through college)? *
Please let us know about any specific accessibility needs your group has.
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Terms of Service:
• Only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and community-serving organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor who have an official presence in the state of Maryland may register and apply for tickets during the 2019-2020 Season. Round House anticipates expanding the service area of this program to Virginia and the District of Columbia in the 2020-2021 Season.

• Priority will be given to registered nonprofits who have pre-enrolled in this program, but there is no guarantee tickets will be awarded to any organization.

• There is no limit on how many shows an organization can request tickets for in a given season; however, group tickets will only be awarded for a maximum of three (3) plays per season.

• Final ticket allotments may not drop below ten (10) tickets and 80% of an organization's final allotted tickets must be used in order to be considered for future awards.

• ON THE HOUSE tickets may not be resold or used for auction items at fundraising events. Using tickets in this way is grounds for disqualification from the program. To request tickets for fundraising events, please email Community@RoundHouseTheatre.org.

• Only official tickets issued by Round House Theatre will be accepted for entry into the performance. In order to eliminate confusion, we recommend you do not use a third-party website (i.e. Eventbrite) to collect RSVPs from your group.

• Tickets may not be exchanged for a different date or show once awarded.

• Any organization that is awarded tickets agrees to allow Round House Theatre use of their name for informational and granting purposes associated with the ON THE HOUSE program. Round House Theatre may solicit additional information and/or testimonials from award recipients.


Round House Theatre may decline to provide tickets in its discretion, for any of the following:

• Organizations that discriminate based on age, ethnicity/race, political affiliation, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, physical or other disability, or national origin
• Organizations that espouse the adoption of a particular faith or political view as a condition for employment, volunteer participation, or the provision of services
• Political causes, candidates, organizations, or campaigns as well as advocacy programs, lobbying organizations, or other organizations whose primary purpose is to influence legislation
• Private charities, foundations, or granting organizations
• Fraternal organizations
• Religious, denominational, or sectarian organizations (Tickets for a community program sponsored by a religious organization which provides broad services to the community will be considered.)
• Sports teams or athletic competitions
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