Ticket Information

COCA Membership gets early access to COCApresents tickets starting September 2. Tickets will be available for sale to the general public on September 13.

Save on COCApresents Tickets 

The more you buy, the more you save on tickets for individual COCApresents performances.

5­–9 tickets | 5% discount
10­–14 tickets | 10% discount
15­­–19 tickets | 15% discount
20+ tickets | 20% discount

Discounts are valid for qualifying ticket quantities for individual performances. Discounts are automatically applied to your cart. Tickets must be purchased in the same transaction for the same date and time of the performance.

Ticketing details may vary for non-COCApresents events, including student, partner and fundraising events. Please visit our event calendar for more information.

Ticket and exchange policies

COCA’s Health & Safety Procedures

Vaccination Policy for Theatre Productions

Vaccinations Required: All vaccinated patrons must show proof of full* COVID-19 vaccination upon arrival at COCA. Patrons will need to bring a photo ID and their vaccination card in the form of the card itself, photo(s) of both sides of the card, a photocopy of both sides of the card, or a copy or photo of a vaccination record from the Department of Health. OR Negative COVID-19 Test: Children under 12 years old and unvaccinated patrons must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test. A negative RT-PCR test, antigen test, or self-administered home test within 72 hours of the performance will be accepted.
Face Masks Required: All patrons are required to wear a mask at all times on the COCA campus—both indoors and outdoors. Disposable masks will be provided to those arriving without a mask.
Performers: Performances may feature unmasked performers. Performers must be fully vaccinated and test negative for COVID-19 to have the option to perform unmasked. All performers will be tested regardless of vaccination status and must provide a negative test result in order to perform.
Enhanced Cleaning Procedures: The Catherine B. Berges Theatre, Staenberg Performance Lab, and all high touch areas, will be sanitized in between performances. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the COCA campus.

*Fully vaccinated is defined as two weeks after the date of the final (one dose of Johnson & Johnson or second dose of Pfizer or Moderna) dose of vaccine.

COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Resources

For a full list of COCA’s protocols and what patrons should expect, visit cocastl.org/campus-safety.


Free parking is provided across Washington Ave. from COCA in a new parking garage shared with Washington University. There’s usually ample parking in the parking garage; however, limited street parking is also available. Please follow all University City parking rules.

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