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A&A Staff Advisory Council Ticket Lottery Deadline for Submissions is Nov. 3

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Once again, the Staff Advisory Council has partnered with the Center for the Performing Arts and the School of Theatre to offer College of Arts and Architecture staff a chance to attend a variety of performances this season through the College Ticket Lottery. Staff members from around the college are encouraged to enter the lottery by clicking here, and selecting the performances that interest them. Remaining performances include Spring Awakening, Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, The Mother F**ker with the Hat, Sister Act, Avenue Q, The Chieftains, Dogfight and Roseanne Cash.

You may enter your name for as many different performances as you like, but please enter only once for each individual performance. Winners will be selected at random from the list of entries for each performance. Tickets for all performances are complimentary thanks to Dean Korner and our colleagues in the School of Theatre.

For the past several years the lottery has been set up in such a way that winners have been selected one week prior to the date of the show in an effort to ensure that all those interested have ample time to enter the lottery. This year, in an effort to accommodate busy schedules, to help lottery participants plan ahead, and to ensure that tickets are still available for purchase for shows that are not won through the lottery, the Staff Advisory Council will pull the winners for the remainder of the shows in the lottery at the same time. Winners will be announced all at once both in the A&A Newsline and via email through the staff listserv.
If you are interested in submitting your name for the ticket lottery and you have not yet done so, please enter by MONDAY, NOV. 3 at Winners for all shows will be selected on Tuesday, November 4. We are hopeful that this change will make it even easier for you to attend performances throughout the year.
In addition to serving in an advisory capacity to the dean on issues that pertain to staff around the college, the Staff Advisory Council continues to work toward developing programs like this one to enhance the work experiences in the college, and help familiarize staff with happenings outside of their individual units. If you have any questions about the ticket lottery or any other programs or events the council implements, or if you have any ideas to bring to the council for consideration, please contact Cori Donaghy, chair, at
To learn more about the Staff Advisory Council, visit