"We still have a few available," said CT-A Artistic Director Cris Skinner.
Season tickets are $70 each and offer seven anytime seats for the remainder of the 2013-2014 season. Normally, seven tickets would cost $84, according to Skinner.
"It's like getting a free ticket," she added.
The tickets do not have to be used at one time," according to the artistic director.
"They can be split up and shared with friends," she said.
CT-A's remaining shows include: "The Miracle Worker," Dec. 12-15; "Ransom of Red Chief," based on the classic O.Henry story, Feb. 28; "Sordid Lives," a hilarious Texas-family comedy and Second Stage production, April 3-6; and the musical "Big River," May 22-25 and May 29 through June 1.
The tickets can be purchased by calling the CT-A at 662-287-2995, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by going by the CT-A, from 1-6 p.m., Tuesday through Friday.
In other CT–A news, auditions for "Ransom of Red Chief" are set for Jan. 13-14 at 4 p.m. Rehearsals for the production, adapted by Alan Keith Smith and based on the short story by O. Henry, will be held on Jan. 20.
Sponsored by LINK, the show will travel to Alcorn County and Corinth schools in late February.
The cast will include two men and one boy. Each role could be played by teenagers, according to Skinner.