Q: Can I buy tickets to just one of the lectures?
A: Yes. Castle Conversations tickets are available by both subscriptions for all four lectures or per individual lecture.
Q: How long is the program?
A: Each program consists of an engaging lecture and a question and answer period and is expected to run between 75 and 90 minutes.
Q: When will doors open for the event?
A: Doors will open at 7:15 p.m.
Q: If I purchase a subscription or ticket and my plans change, can I get a refund?
A: No. All sales are final.
Q: If I purchase a subscription and I am unable to attend one of the lectures, may I give my tickets to someone else?
A: Yes. With the exception of our first lecture with David Brooks (tickets will be available at Will Call the evening of February 16), you should receive your physical tickets approximately three (3) weeks prior to each lecture. You may then gift those tickets to whomever you like.
Q: Are the seats assigned?
A: General seating is not assigned. Premium seating is assigned. You will receive your tickets approximately three weeks before the date of each lecture. Tickets for David Brooks will be available at Will Call the evening of February 16.
Q: When will I receive my tickets?
A: Tickets for each lecture are mailed approximately three weeks prior to the event date. Tickets for David Brooks will be available at Will Call the evening of February 16.
Q: I have special seating needs. Can you accommodate me?
A: Yes. Please call us at (914) 323-1277, and we will make sure your needs are met.
Q: Is it possible to sit with my friends who also purchased subscriptions?
A: General seating is open making it easy to sit with friends.
Q: Is there parking close to the venue?
A: Yes. Parking will be available in front of Reid Castle for anyone with accessibly issues. Should you wish to park in the campus lot, please know that you may have to walk up a hill or several sets of stairs, however, complimentary shuttle services will be available.
Q: Will I be able to ask the speaker a question during the Q+A?
A: Yes. There will be a Q+A period for the audience at the conclusion of the lecture.
Q: Will the lecture be recorded for future viewing?
A: The 2016 lectures will not be recorded.
Q: May I take photos of and/or record the lecture?
A: No. All photography and videography is strictly prohibited.