Cox & Box and Trial By Jury Tickets Are Available Now!

Tickets for our virtual productions of Cox & Box and Trial By Jury are now on sale and can be purchased through the Eventbrite at the link below:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cox-and-box-trial-by-jury-tickets-147157154009

TICKET FAQ

When do tickets go on sale?

 

Tickets for Cox and Box & Trial By Jury are on sale now!  All front row seats!

Do I need any special software to view the show?

No, all you need is a web browser.


How do tickets for a virtual show work?
The purchased ticket will grant access to a unique YouTube link which will be emailed to you 1 day prior to the show date, and for those purchasing 24 hours before the show a link will be manually sent by MUTO. This link will be available for viewing for 12 hours from 12:00 p.m.-11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
If ordering for same day viewing, please allow up to a half hour for the link to be emailed to you.

How will I access the show recording?

  • A  link will be emailed to you 1 day prior to the show date, and for those purchasing 24 hours before the show a link will be manually sent by MUTO. If ordering for same day viewing, please allow up to a half hour for the link to be emailed to you.

  • At this link, you will find a clickable YouTube link that will go live the day of the show.

  • On the day you have purchased tickets for, enter the link into your web browser between 12:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The video will be available until 11:59 p.m., but it is recommended that you start viewing by 10:00 p.m. to ensure you have enough time to see the shows in their entirety.

  • Settle in and press play.

Do I have to choose a specific date?
Yes, each link is only accessible for 12 hours on the day for which you buy your tickets, but you can view the show any time in that 12 hour period. It is recommended that you start viewing the show by 10:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on the date selected to ensure you have enough time to see the whole of both wonderful shows before the viewing period expires.

What do the different ticket pricing levels mean?
 

There are 4 different pricing levels for tickets. You can choose whichever one you feel is most applicable to you:

  • Group: $20.00+$2.29 Fee

    • For viewings with multiple households viewing from one location

  • Household: $15.00+$2.12 Fee

    • For viewings with multiple viewers from one household

  • Individual: $12.00+$2.01 Fee

    • For viewings with only one viewer

  • Student/Senior: $10.00+$1.94 Fee

    • An individual ticket for a current student or a person aged 55+

 

What are the service charge fees for?

A service charge is an additional fee placed on the price of a ticket purchased in advance of a show. It is applied by the box office to the ticket price to help pay box office operating costs. MUTO sets its service charges below competing ticket brokers to ensure we are offering students and the Ann Arbor community a competitive price. 
 

I am a FUMGASS Member. How will I access comp tickets?

There will not be comp tickets for this production due to the limitations of the virtual platform and the suspension of annual FUMGASS dues for this year.

I still have more questions. Who can I contact for additional help?

If you have questions with the ticket ordering process, we recommend you first contact the Michigan Union Ticket Office (MUTO). Their phone number is (734) 763-8587 and their email is muto-tix@umich.edu.

If you have questions outside of the ticket ordering process, you can contact UMGASS directly with any additional questions you may have about the show or our society. Our phone number is 734-647-8436 and it will connect you with our voicemail. You are welcome to leave a voicemail at any time and a representative from the Executive Board will return your call as soon as possible. Another option is our e-mail, which is umgassexec@umich.edu.

Ann Arbor, MI | umgassexec@umich.edu | (734) 647-8436

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