• Advance tickets are $10 for students/seniors and $12 for adults

    • Tickets at the door (if available) are $12 for students/seniors and $14 for adults

  • Tickets are limited since the production takes place in the Black Box Theatre


Season tickets were available for sale prior to the start of our 2019-20 season and are no longer available for sale. If you have a season ticket pass, here's how to use it for The Lost Boy tickets:

  • Select the performance you want to attend, the number of tickets needed, and enter your personal information.

  • After you add them to your cart, the page will ask "Are you a pass holder?" Click the "Enter your Code" green button and enter the code that was emailed to you when you purchased your season pass. This will discount the ticket to zero dollars.

  • Even if your checkout balance is zero because you applied a season pass, you must still click the "Checkout" button in order to complete the order. Your tickets are not issued until this step is complete.

  • You will immediately receive an email confirming your transaction. If you don't receive an email, you did not complete your order.



Each of these options can be purchased when you purchase your tickets online.

  • Priority Seating ($5 in advance only) — Gain access to the auditorium early so you can select your preferred general admission seats, and enjoy a special reception area before the show and during intermission.

  • Cast Picture ($5 in advance) — You'll receive a printed cast picture from the show.

  • USB ($10 in advance) — You'll receive a USB containing all the pictures taken of the show.



Support the show with your time and resources! Sign up on our SignUp Genius list here.



Let people know you're going and invite others to come on the show's Facebook event here.


We look forward to seeing you at our 2019-20 productions! Tickets for ticketed shows can be purchased here when they become available.

Mary Poppins

by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh


The jack-of-all trades, Bert, introduces us to England in 1910 and the troubled Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family members how to value each other again. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren't the only ones upon whom she has a profound effect. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that "Anything can happen if you let it." (Source:


Choose from four performances in the main auditorium at Bridgeland High School:

  • Fri, May 15 @ 7 pm

  • Sat, May 16 @ 2 pm (sensory-friendly)

    • At this sensory-friendly show, lights will be up at a low percentage, quick and loud disruptive sounds will be tempered or eliminated, and a calm place will be designated should a child become overstimulated.

    • This show might also be a good opportunity to take any child — whether they have special needs or not — if they are not accustomed to going to the theatre.

  • Sat, May 16 @ 7 pm
  • Mon, May 18 @ 7 pm



  • Let people know you're going — and invite others to come — on Mary Poppins' Facebook event here.

Mary Poppins

by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh

Updated Thursday, April 2, 2020

Even a spoonful of sugar won't quite make this news any easier to take, but Ursa Major will not be able to provide our community with our production of Mary Poppins as we had planned. Precautions related to the coronavirus crisis — including the closing of schools through at least May 1 — make it impossible for us to prepare for and present this beloved story.

If you purchased tickets for the performance, thank you! We appreciate your support of Ursa Major Theatrics and our hard-working and talented students. Our program will be in touch with ticket holders soon about where we go from here.



The Elephant Man

by Bernard Pomerance

The Elephant Man is based on the life of John Merrick, who lived in London during the latter part of the nineteenth century. A horribly deformed young man – victim of rare skin and bone diseases – he becomes the star freak attraction in traveling sideshows. Found abandoned and helpless, he is admitted to London’s prestigious Whitechapel Hospital. Under the care of celebrated young physician Frederick Treves, Merrick is introduced to London society and slowly evolves from an object of pity to an urbane and witty favorite of the aristocracy and literati, only to be denied his ultimate dream – to become a man like any other. (source:

  •  Fri, Oct 11 @ 7 pm

  • Sat, Oct 12 @ 7 pm

  • Fri, Oct 18 @ 7 pm 

  • Sat, Oct 19 @ 7 pm

  • Mon, Oct 21 @ 7 pm

Men On Boats

by Jaclyn Bachaus

Ten explorers. Four boats. One Grand Canyon. Men On Boats is the true(ish) history of an 1869 expedition, when a one-armed captain and a crew of insane yet loyal volunteers set out to chart the course of the Colorado River. (source:

  • Thu, Nov 7 @ 7 pm

  • Fri, Nov 8 @ 7 pm

  • Sat, Nov 9 @ 7 pm

  • Sun, Nov 11 @ 7 pm

The Lost Boy

by Ronald Gabriel Paolillo

Despite finding success and fame as a writer, James M. Barrie is dissatisfied with his work and his life. He returns to his hometown in Scotland to visit his mother, who still blames him for the long-ago death of his older brother in a skating pond. Haunted by the tragic accident and his mother's harsh words, James slowly begins to confront his family's tragic past with the help of an unexpected friendship and his own gift for storytelling. This fictionalized account of the birth of Peter Pan will warm the hearts of audiences everywhere who remember the magic and mystery of The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up. (source:

  • Fri, Dec 6 @ 7 pm

  • Sat, Dec 7 @ 7 pm

  • Mon, Dec 9 @ 7 pm

  • Fri, Dec 13 @ 7 pm

  • Sat, Dec 14 @ 7 pm