Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When is the next show?

Always check on our Events part of the page or click on 'Tickets' to get our most current information about upcoming seasons. 


Q: How do I get a ticket?

There are 3 ways to purchase your show only ticket in advance:

1. Online. Click on 'tickets.'

2. Call 920-876-3323 Victorian Village Resort Reservations Desk.

3. Stop in at Reservations Desk-276 Victorian Village Dr, Elkhart Lake, WI 53020.


Q: Do I have to purchase my ticket in advance? 

We highly suggest purchasing your show only ticket in advance. Your seat is reserved when pre-purchased. If dining before the show, you must have a reservation. Call the resort to get your tickets and dining time. Show only tickets can be bought at door the night of. We highly encourage cash or check when purchasing at the door. 


Q: How big is this theater? 

Victorian Village Theater has an open floor plus an elevated stage for it's performers.  There are about 200 seats in house. There are two main sections of chairs in the center of the room, as well as one section on either side of the dance floor/stage area. There are bar seats in the back. This theater brings a more intimate setting, which is highly preferred for most patrons since there really isn't an area that is a 'bad seat,' or a 'partially obstructed view' of all the action;)  


Q: How long are these performances?

It varies depending on each season, ranging from 90 minutes including intermission to 150 minutes, averaging at 100 minutes from show start to finish.  Now, if you are a diner, you have booked an entire experience with us as you dine prior to showtime. Some patrons enjoy this resort atmosphere for more than 6 hours for the night:)  Pick your pleasure.

 

Q: Do you have gluten free options for diners? 

Victorian Village absolutely offers a variety of plates to accommodate any food allergies. 


Q: When do the doors open to the show? 

One of the cool features about pre-purchasing your ticket is you will have an assigned seat. Be sure to check out our seating chart online to get a feel of where you'd like to sit before ordering your ticket. Theater doors open 60 minutes before show time.  


Q: How long is intermission?

15-20 minutes, which is enough time to refresh your spirits. 


Q: Is there handicap accessibility?

Yes, simply enter main entrance of theater and wheel chairs will be seated at the elevated level. If needing to get closer to the stage the seating there is just one step down.