Welcome to the Messiah College Ticket Office web site. The Ticket Office seeks to provide courteous and efficient customer service at a central location for the students, staff, faculty and community clients to purchase tickets for Messiah College events. Being consistent with the Messiah College Mission statement we strive to be a good example of Christian leadership and service to others in all that we do. Messiah College offers a full schedule of educational, cultural, and recreational events for students, alumni, parents, and our community friends and neighbors. We invite you to visit our campus!
Our office is located on the main floor of Eisenhower Campus Center (Room #121) just inside the main entrance doors. Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. during school semesters with special hours, during the summer, and school recesses.
The Ticket Office will be closed from November 23th - 26th and December 23rd - January 1st.
Ticket prices will not be refunded if an alternate date is offered for the performance.
Attention Messiah College Students: in order to receive the MC Student discounted ticket price, you must purchase tickets at the Ticket Office in Eisenhower Campus Center
The Spring Senior Series
Divine Endeavors through Dance
Created & Performed by Mandy Remple
The medium of dance has the power to create a unique experience of joy and beauty. Through themes of wholeness and restoration, this choreographic work explores the desire to address the brokenness in the world, transform it into joy, and inspire a way of everyday life that acknowledges a higher calling. Join senior dance major Mandy Rempel and embark on a Divine Endeavor through Dance.
Created & Performed by Elyssa Terry-DeRycke & Zachary Smith
With Direction from Abbie Jean Litman
In Loving Dedication to Emily Terry
Tourette syndrome is a neurological disorder characterized by different types of tics that take the form of uncontrollable body movements or vocalizations. For Amelia, a young woman living with Tourette syndrome, the uncontrollable movements create an obstacle that it seems she will never overcome. Join Amelia on a journey of self-discovery as she learns to accept herself and her disorder as a gift that is a greater part of who she is and who she can be.
Created & Performed by Francesca Melo-Rosario, Hannah Rice, & Elena Rossetto
With Direction from Craig Terrell, Jr.
Two young women come together to sort through old belongings, and stumble across pieces of a puzzle they must put together to bring a voice to one who has been silenced.
*Please note that this performance contains mature content (language, discussion of sexual assault) and may not be suitable for all audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.*
One College Ave., Suite 3003
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Phone: (717) 691-6036