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Reserve Your Seats


Be part of the audience and participate in our next live program in the Sordoni High Definition Theater.

Seats for the region's only High Definition Theater Studio are free on a first come, first served basis. To e-mail your seat reservation, simply click on the title of the event you wish to attend. Please be sure to state how many tickets you would like.

Important note: reservations are conducted through e-mail.  When you click on the link for the show you are interested in, an email will be composed with a subject line populated informing our staff of the show you are interested in.  All you need to do is let us know how many tickets you would like in the body of the e-mail, and then send.

 


11th Congressional District Debate

Monday, October 27 - 7pm

To email your reservation for seats to the debate, please click here


10th Congressional District Debate

Tuesday, October 28 - 7pm

To email your reservation for seats to the debate, please click here


17th Congressional District Debate

Wednesday, October 29 - 7pm

To email your reservation for seats to the debate, please click here


Homegrown Music Concert

Monday, November 3 - 8pm

To email your reservation for seats to the show, please click here


Homegrown Music Concert

Monday, December 8 - 8pm

  • Modern and Traditional Jazz Trio Tri-Fi

To email your reservation for seats to the show, please click here


The Sordoni High Definition Theater is located in the WVIA Public Media Studios at 100 WVIA Way in Pittston, PA. For directions, click here .

If you have questions about other theater reservations, please e-mail alexandrarussin@wvia.org

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