Elf The Musical
Based on the cherished 2003 New Line Cinema hit, Elf is the Broadway musical sure to leave you laughing this holiday season! When a young orphan crawls into Santa’s bag one Christmas Eve, he is transported to the North Pole and raised as an elf. When it becomes impossible to hide Buddy’s differences any longer, Buddy learns the truth and travels to New York City to find his birth father. But the world outside the North Pole is surprisingly cold for this cheerful believer, and Buddy is faced with a harsh reality when he finds out his father is on the Naughty List!
|All six performances of Elf the Musical are now sold out!|
Additional seats may become available if tickets are returned to the Box Office. Please click the "Buy Tickets" link below to see if any seats have become available, or call the Box Office at 319.248.9370.
Showtime Waiting List: One hour before each show, people who want tickets can sign up in the lobby for the waiting list. As tickets become available, we will offer them to the people on the list. Patrons must be there in person to join the waiting list, and must be present when their name is called to purchase any tickets that become available. Seating is not guaranteed.
Performances of Elf the Musical will take place at the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts.
- Friday, December 9, 2022, at 7:30 PM
- Saturday, December 10, 2022, at 7:30 PM
- Sunday, December 11, 2022, at 2:00 PM
- Friday, December 16, 2022, at 7:30 PM
- Saturday, December 17, 2022, at 7:30 PM
- Sunday, December 18, 2022, at 2:00 PM
Will-Call & Mailed Tickets
Attending the Show
The Coralville Center for the Performing Arts is at 1301 5th Street in Coralville; it is located inside Plaza on 5th at the corner of 12th Avenue and 5th Street.
Free parking is available in the Town Center parking lot immediately north of the theater (the lot shared with the Coralville Public Library). Please note that parking is available both on the surface lot and below ground in the ramp; look for the doorway marked "Plaza Entrance" if parking below ground.
We understand that unforeseen circumstances can sometimes cause delays, and we will do our best to accommodate you if you arrive late. However, we kindly ask that you plan ahead and arrive at the theater in plenty of time to find parking, enter the facility, and be seated before the curtain rises. If you arrive after the curtain has risen, you will be seated at the discretion of the house manager. In order to avoid disrupting the performance, our staff will only be able to seat latecomers during designated breaks in the show.
- Will Call tickets will become available for pick up in the Box Office one hour before show time.
- Doors to the seating area will open approximately 30 minutes before show time.
Refunds and Extra Tickets
If you have extra tickets you are unable to use, please contact the Box Office as soon as possible. You have up to 24 hours before your ticketed performance to turn in unused tickets for a credit on your box office account. Returned tickets will be offered to a waiting list of people who were previously unable to purchase tickets.
One hour before each show, people who want tickets can sign up in the lobby for the waiting list. As tickets become available, we will offer them to the people on the list. Patrons must be there in person to join the waiting list, and must be present when their name is called to purchase any tickets that become available. Seating is not guaranteed.
Please note that the CCPA does not offer any refunds due to weather unless the show is cancelled by the venue. In that case, notices will be posted on the CCPA website and Facebook page, the Box Office voicemail will be updated, and an email will be sent to all ticket holders.
Covid 19 Protocol
Director — Keegan Christopher
Music Director — Wes Habley
Assistant Director — Kristen DeGrazia
Stage Manager — Sam O'Brien
Lighting Designer — Hans Hinrichsen
Set Designer — Mark Tracey
Costume Designer — Bethany Horning / Jackie Allen
Sound Designer — Bri Atwood
Kent Reynolds — Buddy
Katey Halverson — Jovie
Henry Schau — Michael Hobbs
Shelby Myers — Emily
Joseph Kapp — Walter Hobbs
Angela McConville — Deb
Shannon Knipfer — Manager
Minsu Song — Matthews/Ensemble
Calvin Boman — Chadwick/Ensemble
Rachael Rhoads — The Reporter/Ensemble
Scot Hughes — Santa Claus
John Smick — Mr. Greenway
Ensemble (to include Elves, Macy employees, Greenway Press Employees, and Shoppers (lines and
tracks will be specified at the beginning of rehearsals).
Join the Crew
From light board operators to set painters, it takes a village to make a production. If you have skills in theatre production, or would like to learn, we'd love to have you on our team. Volunteers are frequently needed in the following areas:
- Light Board Operator
- Sound Board Operator
- Assistant Stage Managers
- Lighting and Sound assistants
- Scenic Construction
- Scenic Painting
E-mail Artistic Producer Elizabeth Tracey or call 319.248.9374 to learn more!