Season Tickets on Sale & Box Office Changes


2017-18 Season Tickets Now on Sale
– and-
Box Office Changes

Pull-Tight 2017-18 Season Tickets are now on sale,
and we are thrilled to announce that our last show of the season
will be the Tony Award-winning Spamalot.

To purchase Season Tickets, click HERE.


As we prepare for another great season of theatre at Pull-Tight, we are excited to introduce some changes that we hope will make your patron experience at Pull-Tight even better. Beginning with Season Ticket sales today, we are moving to a new ticketing system with expanded options:

  • Additional performances added for more series availability
  • Ability to exchange tickets yourself online
  • Ability to make online donations easily
  • Same great customer service

It will look a bit different, and all of our patrons will need to create a new customer account with their first purchase this season. But we are ready to assist you as we change over to our new system.

This new system comes with another terrific update – a new Box Office Manager, Johnny Peppers.  He is familiar to many of you already as a frequent Pull-Tight actor and director, a Board member, and as the mastermind behind our social media accounts. Johnny has deep roots at Pull-Tight, has served our organization well for years, and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this new endeavor. We know you will enjoy getting to work with him.

To watch a video on how the new ticketing system works, click here:

Have Questions?

All Box Office and ticketing questions can still be sent to
Any other general inquiries, about auditions or volunteering, should be sent to
As always, we can be reached by phone on our Reservation Line at 615-791-5007.



I have been fortunate to serve as Pull-Tight’s Box Office Manager for the last 15 years and have truly loved getting to know
so many of our patrons. I have always been treated with such kindness by this group of theatre lovers.
I will especially miss our Season Ticket holders, some of whom have been coming way longer than my 15 years in the job –
the many couples who have been patrons for decades, the Conklin sisters and their whole crazy gang,
the “Glory Girls” who have been coming to shows together for years, and the families that attend our shows together.
I have been given flowers and wine and thank-you notes from various lovely patrons over the years.
This job has made me keenly aware that Pull-Tight thrives because we are surrounded by a community
that is fiercely devoted to supporting live theatre.

While I am retiring from the Box Office, I will still be around Pull-Tight, finding other ways to serve.
I leave the job confident that my successor is just the right person to help Pull-Tight adapt
to meet the challenge of ever-growing ticket sales and changing technology.
You will find Johnny to be a friendly, innovative, problem-solving kind of guy.
I hope you will welcome him with open arms and show him the kindness you have shown me.

Thank you for all of these years together.

Heather Bottoms