Subscription sales for the 1990-91 Southern Utah theatre season are "booming," but still available, according to Roger Bean, theatre department instructor and public relations director.

In addition to offering substantial discounts compared to purchasing tickets individually, up to 40 percent for seniors and children, Bean said the season passes offer several other benefits to theatre patrons."A season subscription reserves you the best seats available throughout the theatre season, including ticket exchange privileges,' Bean explained. "Subscribers also have copies of `Prologue,' the SUSC theatre newsletter, delivered to their homes and receive a subscriber discount card, which gives discounts of up to 20 percent at a number of local restaurants and businesses."

However, the ultimate incentive for obtaining a subscription is the stellar lineup of productions for the season, he noted.

The 1990-91 season includes:

- "The Elephant Man," Nov. 8-17, Randall L. Jones Theatre, directed by Roger Bean.

- "Annie," Dec. 6-15, Auditorium Theatre, directed by Rick VanNoy.

- "The School for Wives," Feb. 7-16, Stage II, directed by Fred C. Adams.

- "Ten Little Indians," March 7-16, Randall L. Jones Theatre, directed by R. Scott Phillips.

- "Woman In Mind," April 11-20, Stage II, student-directed by Jesse Berger.

- "Hello, Dolly!" May 2-11, Randall L. Jones Theatre, directed by Roger Bean.

Individual ticket prices for all six productions would cost $44, but the subscription price is $36 for adults and $27 for seniors and children, Bean said.

For subscriptions or further information, call the SUSC Box Office at 586-7876.