Check here for updated information on Fall 2020/ Spring 2021 show titles, dates, times, and ticketing.



March 11-13 at 7:30pm & 14 at 2pm

Marking Time by Stan Denman (virtual)

Tickets on sale February 26

To Purchase Tickets: CLICK HERE


March 25-27 at 7:30pm & 28 at 2pm

Urinetown: The Musical Music by Mark Hollmann
Lyrics by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis
Book by Greg Kotis (virtual)

Tickets on sale March 8


Ken Ludwig's Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery (virtual)


Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare (virtual)



FALL 2020       

Now Available on YouTube:         

Sister Suffragettes (virtual)- WATCH HERE


The Last Match by Anna Ziegler (virtual)


            To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE   


The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson (virtual)


To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE


[title of show] Music & Lyrics by Jeff Bowen, Book by Hunter Bell (virtual)


To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE


Abigail/1702 by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Outdoor with limited audience space)


To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE


She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms by Qui Nguyen (virtual)


To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE


Ordinary Days Music & Lyrics by Adam Gwon


To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE


Shadows of a Christmas Carol (virtual)


To View the Digital Program- CLICK HERE

Now available on YouTube- WATCH HERE


Updated January 20, 2021


Will there be Baylor Theatre shows this year? Yes! We will present 4 productions in our revised Baylor Theatre Spring season. All of our shows this spring will be streamed. The listings above will indicate whether a show will be in-person or virtual. 

How do season tickets work this year? We will not have a season ticket package this year. Each show will be available as an individual ticket.

What will the ticket prices be this year?All tickets will be sold at a regular price of $15 and a discounted price of $10. Discounts will be available for Baylor faculty, staff, and students as well as military, seniors, and non-Baylor students. All discount codes will be available through the Baylor Theatre Box Office at 254-710-1865 or at

How will you monitor safety for audiences inside the theatres? Will audiences be required to wear masks? For the fall, we will not invite public audiences into Baylor theatre facility. We have determined it is safest to gather live audiences only for outdoor performances and to limit the size of those audience groups to promote safe distancing. Mask usage at outdoor shows will be guided by the most recent guidelines for public health, but we plan to allow ample space for proper social distancing between patrons or family groups. 

How will audiences purchase tickets for streaming shows? This season sales for each show will open the week before the performance date. All links to purchase tickets will be listed above on this Calendar page. You click the link and complete your purchase on the ticketing site. 

Are tickets to streamed shows purchased per person or per device? Both for live and streaming shows, tickets will remain per person this year.

I’m a student. Are there discounts to ticket prices for Baylor students? Yes! You can use a discount code to access the student rate of $10 per ticket. Please contact the Baylor Theatre Box Office at 254-710-1865 or at

Will Baylor Theatre offer events students can use to fulfill the CAE requirement? Several Baylor Theatre performances this fall may be used to fulfill the CAE requirement. Look for the CAE designation on show listings to easily identify qualifying shows. More information will be available from CAE and Baylor Theatre once the school year begins. Check the CAE listings on Baylor Connect:

I’m a Baylor Theatre alum. Can I use my lifetime pass this season? Lifetime passes will be honored through the box office. Before checking out online, please call the box office at 254-710-1865 to get your coupon code.