TIPS FOR SURVIVING PROJECT TERROR
- No photos or videos are allowed to be taken inside the house. OUTSIDE, take as many photos as you’d like with characters and entertainers to post on social media #ProjectTerror.
- No food or drink is allowed in the building.
- Purchase your admission at the door.
- Wearing heels or flip flops is discouraged.
- No masks or props are allowed inside. If you come in costume, please leave your mask and accessories in your car.
- This production may not be suitable for all ages. We suggest 13 and up.
Young children should be accompanied by an adult.
- We use strobe lights, loud noises, fog effects, realistic props, power tools, uneven flooring, tight spaces, and in some cases, no lights at all. It is intended to be frightening. Performers are specifically trained to scare you.
- DO NOT ENTER IF YOU SUFFER FROM HEART CONDITIONS, SEIZURES, OR ANY CONDITION THAT CANNOT TOLERATE THESE SPECIAL EFFECTS.
- Individuals who are pregnant and/or who suffer from high blood pressure, asthma, light sensitivity, claustrophobia, or any other condition aggravated by these special effects should consider this warning before purchasing admission.
- We are not responsible for lost or damaged items in and around the theater, including parking areas.
- There are NO REFUNDS after you purchase admission.
- Do not smoke, run, eat or drink inside the building.
- Unruly behavior, destruction of property, hitting / mistreating performers, or any other unacceptable behavior is grounds for immediate removal. If necessary, we will engage the police.
- Helen Hocker Theater/Topeka Civic Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone who appears intoxicated or otherwise impaired.
- Purchase of admission is considered acknowledgement of these warnings as well as the assumption of any and all risks associated with entering this production.