Box Office hours, ticket information, Student Rush, digital programs, and Class Acts school performances.
Pay As You're Able
The Rozsa and the Visual and Performing Arts Department are working to create an equitable and inclusive arts culture here in the Keweenaw. We believe that making events financially accessible to all is an important part of that commitment. Pay As You’re Able ticketing allows us to do just that.
Pay As You're Able is tiered ticket pricing so you determine the price that you can afford. The "full fee" is the fair market value of the ticket - in the past, this would have been the listed ticket price. If you need to pay less, please choose to pay less. If you can pay more, select "full fee+," and your generosity will help support this program by covering part of someone else's ticket fee.
Pay As You're Able FAQs
Pay As You're Able ticketing is designed to remove financial barriers and promote greater accessibility to the performing arts. The program allows guests to select their ticket from various price levels based on what they can afford.
Guests choose the level or levels that make sense for them. The Rozsa encourages guests to pay what they can to enjoy the same high-quality experience, regardless of the amount they can afford to pay.
Online: Guests select the price tier(s) they can afford when purchasing tickets.
In person or on the phone: A member of the box office team will share the Pay As You’re Able pricing tiers and guests select from the options.
All Rozsa, Michigan Tech Music, and Michigan Tech Theatre events are Pay As You're Able. To help you navigate them, all eligible events will be labeled as Pay As You’re Able on our website, with the full ticket fee listed.
The full fee represents the fair market value of a ticket, and guests are encouraged to contribute what they can afford. For some, that may mean covering the full ticket fee and supporting part of someone else's ticket, paying some of the fee, or opting for the minimum price.
It doesn't! Michigan Tech Students are still eligible for Student Rush tickets, sponsored by the Experience Tech Fee. Learn more about Student Rush.
Michigan Tech students with a valid HuskyCard (student ID) are eligible for Student Rush Tickets, sponsored by the Experience Tech Fee. Learn more about Student Rush.
Ticket Pricing by Age
Some events, including events hosted by community organizations, have set prices based on age:
- Adult Tickets are intended for those 18 years and older.
- Youth Tickets are intended for young people under 18 years.
Live Streamed Events
The Visual and Performing Arts Department offers free live streams of select Michigan Tech Music and Michigan Tech Theatre events. You don't need a ticket - simply click on the "View Stream" or visit the Visual and Performing Arts Live Streaming Page. Select events are also streamed live on the Rozsa's Youtube page.
The live stream will be live 10-30 minutes before the start of the performance. Due to the limits of our live performances, some events can only be broadcast live and are not available after the performance in any form.
If you would like to support livestreaming, please consider donating to join our Circles of Support.
For the majority of our shows, tickets are general admission seating. We'll let you know if it's not!
Effective July 1, 2023, all credit card transactions will have a transaction fee of 2.3 % of the total sales amount.
Please visit the Central Ticket Office's Ticketing Guidelines page for complete ticketing details and policies.
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