This year, you can celebrate the season with the Racine Theatre Guild from the comfort of your own home during Signature Spotlight: Home for the Holidays concert. Livestreaming Friday, December 18 at 7:30 p.m., cozy into your couch or don your holiday best and tune in to a festive and heartwarming concert filled with new and old favorites.
You can also watch the performance on-demand anytime Saturday, December 19 – Thursday, December 31. Tickets for on-demand viewing will go on sale Saturday, December 19.
Tune in for songs such as “Count Your Blessings,” “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” “Do You See What I See,” and “Hard Candy Christmas.” Tickets are $15 for individuals or $25 for household viewing.
Virtual events are sponsored by SC Johnson.
- How can I purchase tickets?
- Tickets can be purchased directly through the ticketing links on this website. The Box Office will be open to answer any question Tuesday, December 15, Thursday, December 17, and Tuesday, December 29 from 12 – 4 p.m. at (262) 633-4218. Outside of those hours, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org directly, but responses may be delayed due to holiday hours. Any technical issues should be addressed with ShowTix4U website directly through the Chat box in the lower left-hand corner of the screen.
- How do I receive the livestreaming performance link?
- Your live stream link will be sent to you in the confirmation email from ShowTix4U. Each link is unique and cannot be used by multiple people. This confirmation email is sent to you immediately after you make your online purchase. If you have not received the confirmation email, please check your SPAM and/or JUNK folders. Add ShowTix4U to your email contact list to avoid this happening in the future.
- On which devices can I watch the show?
- You can watch on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, iPads, smartphones (iPhone or Android) and your smart TV. All you need is an internet connection on your device.
- May I give this as a gift or purchase access for multiple households?
- Yes, you may purchase gift access for friends and family. To do so, you will need to make a separate purchase for each household and provide a different name and email address associated with that viewing household. They will be sent the link to access the livestream or on-demand show.
- What is the difference between the livestream and on-demand concert?
- The livestream, premier performance will be taking place on a designated date and time, Friday, December 18 at 7:30 p.m. For on-demand viewing, you can watch the concert any day or time you choose from December 19 – December 31. Once you click the link for your on-demand performance, you have 48 hours to watch the video.
- Can I view the concert more than once?
- If you purchased tickets for the livestream premiere performance on Friday, December 18, that ticket will only be good for that day and time. For an on-demand ticket, you can watch the performance as many times as you want during the 48 hour timeframe that you rent it.
- What if I’m streaming the event and there is no sound?
- First, make sure the speakers on your computer or device are on and that you haven’t muted the sound. Next, check the volume on the stream. Look for the speaker icon on the player. If there is an X next to it, the sound is muted. Click the icon to turn the sound back on and reveal the slider to adjust the volume.
- What if I’m watching the live stream, but my screen is frozen?
- Try pressing the PAUSE icon, then the PLAY icon again. You can also try refreshing your browser.
- What if I still need help?
- Look for the Chat box in the lower left-hand corner of the screen of ShowTix4U.
- Can I watch the show on my television?
- Yes, in a variety of ways!
- Many televisions are Smart TV’s that have a web browser as an app (some examples of web browsers are Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc).
- You can connect your computer to your television via an HDMI cable.
- If you have a gaming system hooked up to your television, like XBox or Playstation, those also usually have a web browser app for you to access the website.
- If you have a Roku, you can cast/screen mirror/extend your computer display from a Windows 10 computer to watch on your TV. Please see the instructions to do this on the Roku website here: https://support.roku.com/article/208754928
- If you have a Chromecast, you can cast/screen mirror the display from your smart phone to your TV. Please see instructions from Google on how to do this here: https://support.google.com/chromecast/answer/3228332?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en&oco=1
- How was this event created in a safe environment?
- Singers rehearsed their pieces on their own and over Zoom before coming in one at a time, or in pairs for couples and siblings, to perform and record each song. All behind-the-camera crew were socially distanced with masks worn at all times.