Mission

Chromolume Theatre’s name comes from the Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical, Sunday in the Park with George, about an artist struggling to make art meaningful in 19th Century France. Chromolume Theatre was founded by two struggling artists in 2003 with its primary mission to present the American musical on an intimate level in an entertaining, intellectually stimulating and emotionally satisfying way. With growth and change, Chromolume Theatre’s mission has evolved with a new dedication to presenting Broadway’s forgotten gems and off-Broadway’s undiscovered treasured, and shining a light on productions that deserve a second look. Chromolume Theatre also provides opportunity for artists to shine who have not had such an opportunity in the past, as well as a dedication to diverse and multi-cultural casts and crews.

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FAQ

Where are you Located?

Currently, we do not have a permanent performance space.  When purchasing tickets, be sure to note the location of the performance you are attending.

What time should I arrive at the theatre?

Generally speaking, it is best to arrive at the theatre roughly 15-30 minutes before your performance.

Does the theatre have wheelchair access?

While we do not have a permanent performance space, you should contact the box office just to be sure that the performance venue we are in has wheelchair access.  

Can my child/baby attend the theatre?/Is the show appropriate for children?

It is Chromolume Theatre’s policy that no babies in arms may be allowed to attend. Further, we do not permit children under the age of four (4) to attend. This is to ensure that all customers enjoy the show. Young children are admitted but are not encouraged to attend unless the parent is confident the child will not distract other members of the audience. Everyone must have a valid ticket and occupy a seat. Accompanying adults will be asked to remove any noisy children. Generally, Chromolume Theatre produced productions are appropriate for school age children, while visiting productions can vary in appropriateness. Regardless, you should probably check with the Box Office when you order your tickets whether the production you are attending is appropriate for your child.

Whom do I contact to usher for one of your performances?

If you wish to usher for one of our performances, contact our House Manager.

Are your actors professional?

In most cases, yes. Most, if not all, of the actors who perform in our shows are members of Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild and/or American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

When are auditions for your performances?

Audition dates and times vary depending on the production. You can browse our Audition page (under Contract Us menu above) to check out when an upcoming audition is occurring and what to prepare for said audition.

Do your musicals have live musicians or taped accompaniment?

All of Chromolume Theatre’s produced musicals include a single piano, or a small orchestra, usually between three and five pieces. We do not use taped accompaniment at any of our performances.

How can I purchase tickets for one of your productions?

There are three ways to purchase tickets for Chromolume Theatre produced performances (please note that visiting productions’ methods may vary):

  • Purchase them online through our secure server (link above at Store)
  • Purchase them in person at the Box Office
  • Purchase them over the telephone by calling (323) 510-1651 x202

Where do I pick up my tickets?

You would pick them up at the box office on the date of your purchased performance.  Tickets will NOT be mailed to you.

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