What to Expect at the Metropolitan Theatre
Commonly asked questions
Are concessions served during shows?
During the majority of our shows, light concessions are available including popcorn, candy, sodas, and water. A variety of beers is also available for purchase for those with valid ID.
Can I call the theatre to purchase tickets or purchase them at the door?
No. The MET currently does not have an in-house box office for purchasing tickets. All tickets must be purchased through the event distributor. Most of the events only provide online ticket sales, which can be accessed through our events page. Local groups such as Morgantown Theatre Company, WVU Arts & Entertainment or any of the local dance studios may provide in-person ticket sales, but you will need to reach out directly to the business putting on the show.
What if I misplaced something during the show?
Please message us on Facebook for the fastest response about lost items. We typically try to respond within 24 hours. If a message is received on the weekend it will be addressed by Monday.
Can I smoke while attending a show?
Smoking is not permitted inside the theatre or directly in front. Once you enter the theatre for a show you cannot leave unless you plan on not returning. Reentry is not permitted We suggest addressing any smoking needs prior to entering the theatre for the show.
What is the parking situation for the MET?
Paid parking is available in municipal lots and parking garages. Limited street parking is available downtown. ParkMobile is available in all metered lots and spaces.
For parking locations and additional information, visit parkmpa.com
Am I required to wear a mask or provide vaccination information when attending a show?
The Metropolitan Theatre closely follows the guidelines and recommendations of the Monongalia County Health Department which, at this time, does not have any restrictions or requirements regarding COVID vaccination proof, testing, or masks. The City of Morgantown and The Metropolitan Theatre strongly suggest, for your own protection and the protection of others, that masks be worn at all times when in a general public setting, but again it is not required.
What is not permitted when attending a show?
- No backpacks or large bags or purses are allowed into the theatre
- No professional cameras, audio or video recording unless given permission by the Theatre Director
- No outside food or drinks are permitted