Tickets & Subscriptions

Livestream Tickets

New this year, the college will be offering livestream access to our productions! The college has invested in a 3-camera set up to broadcast our performances live. You will have access and angles like you’ve never experienced in theatre before, plus the best seat in the house for every show – your own!

In addition to our online ticket platform, tickets for our productions are available over the phone (250 940 6851) between 1:00pm and 4:00pm Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Tickets will be available up until to 1 hour before the performance. Patrons are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance. All tickets are non-refundable and have no cash value.

Ticket Prices


Single Viewer $15
Household of 2 $25
Household of 3+ $40+

We will be releasing tickets for the 2020-21 season on a rolling basis. Tickets for the season’s first production, Yerma, are now available. Please check back for more information as the year goes on.

Season Subscriptions

Suspension of In-Person Performances

In-person performances are currently suspended due to the Provincial Heath Officer’s COVID-19 restrictions. Livestream performances are still available to subscribers.

As of the beginning of the season, only subscribers will be able to attend performances in-person. Audience sizes are reduced so our seating capacity is very limited. Contact our Box Office at 250 940 6851 or for more information, or ask to become a subscriber! No need to book your dates just yet, we’ll contact you in advance of each production to reserve your tickets.

Subscriber Benefits

Attend Our Shows in Person  Subscribers are prioritized for in-person viewings of our productions! Because we have limited capacity for in-person seating, seats will be assigned on a first come first served basis. The box office will contact you once times and dates for a production are confirmed, at which point you can book seats for that production.

Savings  Our subscriber packages can save you over $30!

Advanced Notice on Special Events  You will receive advance notification of any concerts or cabarets and an opportunity to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public.

Flexibility  Tickets may be exchanged for another performance (within that production and subject to availability) with 24 hours notice prior to the performance for which they were issued. Please note – with very limited seating, we will do our best to accommodate requests, but cannot guarantee seats for an exchanged ticket. Ticket holders may be provided access to a livestreamed performance in lieu of an exchange.

Subscription Options


Six experiences with the College. All three Studio Ensemble (“Company C”) shows, both Year II productions, and our year-end project.
Tier One $120
Tier Two $105
Tier Three $90


Support our “Company C” students and see all three Studio Ensemble productions.
Tier One $75
Tier Two $60
Tier Three $45

Our pricing model is a sliding scale rather than the traditional adult / senior / student model. The pandemic has affected all of us in different ways, and we recognize that financially some patrons may be hit a bit harder than others. We want you to be able to access our season at a price that works for you, regardless of your age or situation. If you are, however, in the position to offer extra support to the College when you subscribe, we do greatly appreciate it.

 I’ve been living the dream here at CCPA and it’s one of the best choices I’ve ever made.

Ryan NicolaiKelowna, BC

Methods of Payment

CCPA accepts Visa and Mastercard for online or telephone purchases.

Capital Improvement Fee

It is common practice for theatres to have a Capital Improvement Fee (CIF) charged on each individual ticket. The CIF helps sustain the upkeep of our theatre and maintain our equipment.

Ticket Exchanges

Tickets may be exchanged for another performance (within that production and subject to availability) with 24 hours notice prior to the performance for which they were issued.

Community Tickets

As part of the College’s commitment to accessibility, groups may be invited to access a livestreamed community engagement performance with significantly discounted or donated tickets.

Interested groups are encouraged to contact the Box Office Manager. Priority will be given to student or youth groups, seniors’ organizations, not-for-profits, or organizations who find the cost of attending prohibitive.

View Photo Credits

The Birds, 2019 | director Keith Barker | photo credit Peter Pokorny
Cabaret, 2018 | director Ron Jenkins | photo credit Peter Pokorny