Season tickets for ASU Gammage's upcoming season have sold out, less than two hours after they went on sale to the public.
Tickets for the upcoming season, which includes the highly anticipated show Hamilton, along with Fun Home, Something Rotten! and The Humans, went on sale at 10 a.m.
Public relations manager Kari Amarosso said via text message Monday that this was the first time in the theater's history that season subscriptions have sold out.
A waitlist has been established. Users can fill out the form here, http://asugammage.com/waitlist.
Shortly after tickets went on sale, ASU Gammage's website experienced intermittent issues due to high volume.
ASU Gammage's website experienced long load times, sometimes being unable to connect to the server or advance through the check-out process. Some took to social media to complain of selected seats suddenly becoming unavailable.
"I have been stuck on the "processing" page for like 10 minutes! I am going to be really bummed if I lose out on the tickets because of website issues," one user wrote.
"Due to volume, we are experiencing delays on the website. Please keep trying" responded on Twitter. The interactive map feature was disabled to "speed processing time," the theater said.
Due to volume, we are disabling the interactive seat map for season tickets in order to speed processing time. Thank you for your patience!
— ASU Gammage (@ASUGammage) May 15, 2017