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Discover the 2016–17 season

Join us in 2016–17

Each season at Berkeley Rep, we offer you a captivating collection of plays. Along the way, we’ve built a national and international reputation as a home for talented artists who inspire us to bring their vision and imagination to our stage. We present stories from different eras that we hope will change the way you think about theatre—and the way you think about life. This year is no different.

We’re delighted to announce the seven shows in our upcoming subscription season, and we invite you to get to know the artists behind them. Click the tabs above to discover more about subscribing to Berkeley Rep.

3+ play Choose-your-own Season

5 play Main Season

7 play Full Season

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It Can’t Happen Here

Lisa PetersonAdapted by Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen from the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Directed by Lisa Peterson
Main Season · Roda Theatre
Starts September 23, 2016
World premiere

Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe, Sinclair Lewis’ satirical It Can’t Happen Here follows the ascent of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States by promising to return the country to greatness. Witnessing the new president’s authoritarian tyranny from the sidelines is a liberal, middle-class newspaper editor from Vermont who is caught in the chaos of social upheaval. Sound familiar? Called “a message to thinking Americans” upon its publication, this eerily prescient book receives a new adaptation just in time for election season.


Who’s who

Tony Taccone is Berkeley Rep’s Michael Leibert artistic director. Tony has staged more than 40 plays in Berkeley, including new work from Culture Clash, Rinde Eckert, David Edgar, Danny Hoch, Geoff Hoyle, Quincy Long, Itamar Moses, and Lemony Snicket. As a playwright, he debuted Ghost Light, Rita Moreno: Life Without Makeup, and Game On, written with Dan Hoyle.

Lisa Peterson co-adapted and directed An Iliad, which earned her an Obie Award and was presented in Berkeley Rep’s 2012–13 season. She also previously directed Antony and Cleopatra, The Fall, and Mother Courage at Berkeley Rep.

The Last Tiger in Haiti

Jeff AugustinBy Jeff Augustin
Directed by Joshua Kahan Brody
Co-production with La Jolla Playhouse
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
Starts October 14, 2016
World premiere production

There once lived five kids in modern-day Haiti, all entangled in a dark history of servitude. Huddled in a tent on Mister’s land, they’d spin spellbinding folktales, vying for the title of best storyteller—and dreaming of their freedom. When two of them reunite 15 years later, the boundary between reality and fiction vanishes, revealing secrets of their past more haunting than any of the tales they told. In The Last Tiger in Haiti, Jeff Augustin weaves a remarkable and gripping narrative of survival, betrayal, and the power of a story.


Who’s who

Jeff Augustin’s play Little Children Dream of God received its world premiere at the Roundabout Underground, where he was the inaugural Tow Foundation playwright-in-residence. His plays have also been produced by Actors Theatre of Louisville and Western Washington University. Currently, Jeff is the Shank Fellow at Playwrights Horizons. He is under commission from Manhattan Theatre Club and Roundabout. He is the winner of the 2011 Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award.

Joshua Kahan Brody is a theatre director, educator, and performer, and co-founder of The Trip. He is a recipient of a 2015 Princess Grace Award and has a BA from Yale University and an MFA from the University of California–San Diego.

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips

946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus TipsAdapted by Michael Morpurgo and Emma Rice
Directed by Emma Rice
In association with Kneehigh and Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Main Season · Roda Theatre
Starts December 2, 2016
American premiere

Kneehigh is back! The theatrical alchemists who brought us Tristan & Yseult and The Wild Bride return with a tender new coming-of-age tale that uncovers the secrets behind World War II’s D-Day landings. In the idyllic seaside village of Slapton, the lives of Lily, her family, and her fiercely independent cat Adolphus Tips are barely touched by war…until American soldiers occupy their house and land. With swingin’ live music, enchanting puppetry, and signature stage sorcery, Emma Rice conjures a story of love, war, and prejudice that crosses borders both geographical and generational.


Who’s who

Michael Morpurgo is an English book author, poet, playwright, and librettist, known best for War Horse, which premiered as a stage play in 2007 and was adapted for a film directed by Steven Spielberg. He became the third British Children’s Laureate from 2003 to 2005.

Emma Rice has delighted Berkeley Rep audiences with her productions of The Wild Bride and Tristan & Yseult. She is currently the artistic director designate of Shakespeare’s Globe.


Buzz

“A wonderfully life-affirming piece of theatre…touchingly and gloriously imaginative.”—The Times (London)

Hand to God

David IversBy Robert Askins
Directed by David Ivers
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
Starts February 3, 2017
West Coast premiere

Tony Award–nominated smash hit!

Be not deceived: The devil is lurking at the Christian Puppet Ministry in Cypress, Texas. And his name is…Tyrone. He may look like an innocent sock puppet, but when he infiltrates the angst-ridden church youth group and takes possession of Jason’s arm, well, all hell breaks loose. Spectacularly foul-mouthed and wickedly scandalous, Tyrone shocks the congregation with his outrageous insinuations, exposing their deepest secrets—and teaching us all about love, grief, and what it means to be human. This fast-paced irreverent comedy is “darkly delightful,” declares the New York Times.


Who’s who

Robert Askins was born in Cypress, Texas in 1980. He moved to New York in 2005. He has received two EST/Sloan grants, and an Arch and Bruce Davis Award for Playwriting. He has been commissioned by Divercity Theatre and Baylor University. Rob’s play Princes of Waco was produced and developed by Youngblood. His play Matthew and the Pastor’s Wife was a part of Marathon 2010 at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, of which he is a member.

David Ivers directed One Man, Two Guvnors at Berkeley Rep in 2015, and is the artistic director of Utah Shakespeare Festival.


Buzz

“It entertains the devil out of you.”—Time Out New York

“A scabrously funny scenario that steadily darkens into suspense and Grand Guignol horror, this fiery clash of the id, ego and superego is also an audacious commentary on the uses of faith, both to comfort and control us.”—Hollywood Reporter

Roe

Lisa LoomerBy Lisa Loomer
Directed by Bill Rauch
Co-production with Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Arena Stage
Limited Season · Roda Theatre
Starts March 3, 2017
World premiere production

Roe v. Wade—the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion is still fiercely debated, over 40 years later. In her newest play, acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines and rhetoric to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey (“Jane Roe”) in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, Roe reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each person has for their cause.


Who’s who

Lisa Loomer’s plays include Living Out, The Waiting Room, Distracted, and many others. She received the American Theatre Critics Award (twice), a Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays Award, Lurie Foundation Award, Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award, Imagen Foundation Award, Jane Chambers Playwriting Award (twice), and the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, among others.

Bill Rauch became OSF’s fifth artistic director in 2007, after several seasons at the Festival as a guest director. Among his initiatives at OSF, Bill committed to commissioning up to 37 new plays to dramatize moments of change in American history. Bill co-founded Cornerstone Theater Company, where he directed more than 40 productions and served as its artistic director from 1986 to 2006.

Monsoon Wedding

Mira NairBook by Sabrina Dhawan
Music by Vishal Bhardwaj
Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead
Directed by Mira Nair
Main Season · Roda Theatre
Starts May 5, 2017
World premiere

You’re invited to the wedding of the season! Award-winning film director Mira Nair brings her exuberant and sumptuous Monsoon Wedding to Berkeley Rep’s stage in this highly anticipated world premiere musical. The perfect storm starts brewing when family members from around the world descend on Delhi for a nonstop four-day celebration of an arranged marriage between a modern upper-middle-class Indian family’s only daughter and an American guy she’s never met. But the bride is having an affair, her father’s financial troubles deepen, and dark family secrets surface. The forecast calls for drama, love, hope, laughs, and a whole lot of rain.


Who’s who

Vishal Bhardwaj is an Indian film music composer, director, writer, and playback singer. He also produces films under his banner VB Pictures. Vishal has composed music and songs for numerous films such as Maachis (1996), Satya (1998), Chachi 420 (1998), Godmother (1999), and the wildly popular theme songs for The Jungle Book in Hindi. As a director, he is known for his adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays—Maqbool (2003), based on Macbeth; Omkara (2006), based on Othello; and Haider (2014), based on Hamlet. Other directorial titles include Makdee (2002), The Blue Umbrella (2005), Kaminey (2009), 7 Khoon Maaf (2011), and Matru ki Bijlee Ka Mandola (2013). His music and films have won several national and international awards.

Susan Birkenhead received a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award for her lyrics for Jelly’s Last Jam (1992). She was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Triumph of Love (1998). She was nominated for a Tony Award for Working (1978), and won an Outer Critics Circle Award for What About Luv? (1991). She won an L.A. Drama Critics Award for Minsky’s (2009). She is also currently working on The Secret Life of Bees with Lynn Nottage, Duncan Sheik, and Sam Gold, and Betty Boop with David Foster, Sally Robinson, and Jerry Mitchell.

Mira Nair was born and raised in Rourkela, India, and went on to study at Delhi and Harvard universities. She began as an actress before segueing to make documentaries. Her narrative feature debut, Salaam Bombay! (1988), won the Camera d’Or and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language film. A resourceful and determined independent filmmaker who casts unknowns alongside Hollywood stars, Nair has directed Mississippi Masala (1991), The Perez Family (1995), Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996), Hysterical Blindness (2002), Vanity Fair (2004), The Namesake (2006), Amelia (2009), and The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2012). Her upcoming film, Queen of Katwe, about a rural Ugandan girl with an aptitude for chess, stars Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo.

An Octoroon

Branden Jacobs-JenkinsBy Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Director to be announced
Limited Season · Peet’s Theatre
Starts June 23, 2017
West Coast premiere

Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins won the Obie Award for his radical, incendiary, and subversively funny riff on Dion Boucicault’s once-popular 1859 mustache-twirling melodrama. Judge Peyton is dead, and his plantation Terrebonne is on the brink of foreclosure. George, the high-minded heir apparent, falls for the lovely Zoe, who’s one-eighth black. But the bigoted plantation queen has eyes for George, and the dastardly overseer M’Closky plots to keep Zoe and Terrebonne for himself. A spectacular collision of the antebellum South and 21st-century cultural politics, An Octoroon is “This decade’s most eloquent theatrical statement on race in America today,” says the New York Times.


Who’s who

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins is a Brooklyn-based playwright whose credits include War (Lincoln Center/LCT3), Gloria (Vineyard Theatre; Pulitzer Prize finalist), Appropriate (Signature Theatre; Obie Award), An Octoroon (Soho Rep; Obie Award), and Neighbors (the Public Theater). He is a Residency Five playwright at Signature Theatre and is under commissions from LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, MTC/Sloan, and the Steppenwolf Theatre Company. His recent honors include the Windham-Campbell Prize for Drama, the PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation Theatre Award, the Benjamin H. Danks Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Steinberg Playwriting Award, and the inaugural Tennessee Williams Award. In addition to holding an MA in Performance Studies from NYU, Branden is also a graduate of the Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program at the Juilliard School. He currently teaches in the Hunter College Playwriting MFA Program, where he is a Master-Artist-in-Residence.


Buzz

“So energetic, funny and entertainingly demented, you can’t look away.”—New York Post

“Exhilarating…One of Mr. Jacobs-Jenkins’s points is that nothing that deals with race in this racially conflicted country can ever be reduced to an easy showbiz formula, whether satirical or uplifting. His ‘Octoroon’ invites us to laugh loudly and easily at how naïve the old stereotypes now seem, until suddenly nothing seems funny at all.”—New York Times

Just want to see one or two shows?

Season 2016–17 single tickets go on sale mid-August. Get a jump on the general public—sign up for e-mail and we’ll give advance notice.

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New benefit: Guaranteed parking for only $5 per play!

$25 for 5-play Main Season
$35 for 7-play Full Season
$5 per play for Choose-your-own packages

Allston Way parking mapWe feel your pain: parking in Downtown Berkeley is challenging. That’s why we’ve partnered with our friends at the Allston Way Garage on Center Street for an amazing deal: purchase guaranteed parking up front for every show in your subscription for only $5 per play!

  • Peace of mind: Purchase your parking for the season now, and never worry about it when you come to the show—because you have a guaranteed space!
  • Flexibility: Need to exchange your performance date? No problem! You can exchange your parking reservation too up to 7pm the day before your performance.
  • Value: Lock in your parking price now—only $5 a play for a guaranteed parking spot for every play in your subscription!
  • Convenience: A short walk gets you from the garage to the Theatre and back.

Parking FAQs

  • What garage is my guaranteed parking spot at?
    We’ve secured guaranteed parking at the Allston Way Garage on Center Street—only a block away from the Theatre.
  • Is guaranteed parking available for all performances?
    Guaranteed parking for Thursday matinees is sold out. Guaranteed parking for all other performances is on a space-available basis. Some might sell out, so reserve your space now!
  • How much does guaranteed parking cost?
    You can purchase a guaranteed parking space at the Allston Way Garage on Center Street for only $5 a play. That’s only $25 for the 5-play Main Season, $35 for the 7-play Full Season, or $5 per play for Choose-your-own packages. Even if parking prices fluctuate throughout the season, your $5/play price is locked in.
  • My parking space is guaranteed? How does that work?
    Your parking tickets will be mailed to you along with your play tickets and your subscriber guide. (If you opt to have your play tickets held in our ticket safe at will call, you’ll still receive your parking tickets in the mail.) Do not lose your parking tickets—they cannot be reprinted or refunded! Bring your parking ticket to the garage; the bar code on the ticket guarantees you entry and a parking space. Again, do not lose your parking tickets, and don’t forget to bring your parking ticket with you on your performance date.
  • When is my guaranteed parking reservation valid?
    Your guaranteed parking space is tied to your performance date and time. For evening performances, your reserved parking is valid from 4pm to the garage’s posted closing time on the day of the show. For matinee parking, your reserved parking is valid from 10am to 6pm.
  • Can I buy a parking space for just a few of the shows, or do I have to buy one for every show in my subscription package?
    Initially, guaranteed parking spaces are sold only as a package: one space for each and every show in your subscription. This gives you dibs on the guaranteed parking spaces before they are offered to the general public. During the season, parking for individual shows may be purchased depending on availability. Purchase individual parking spaces here.
  • Can I buy more than one parking space per show?
    One parking space is available for each show in your subscription package. For additional spaces, please contact our box office at 510 647–2949.
  • Is parking validation still available?
    Because of this great new guaranteed parking program, we discontinued parking validation at the end of the 2014–15 season.
  • This sounds like a great deal! How can I buy guaranteed parking?
    Add guaranteed parking to your subscription renewal, whether you renew online, by mail, or by phone—and never worry about parking when you come to Berkeley Rep again!

Your experience

Why subscribe—to Berkeley Rep!

  • The #1 reason to reserve a ticket package to any theatre is to guarantee that you’ll see more shows. When you subscribe, you go.

We work hard to give you a unique and superior experience. We want you to love coming to Berkeley Rep.

  • We have a lovely courtyard where you relax before the show and during intermission, and we have a café counter and fantastic bar that offer a rich blend of local and sustainable snacks and specialty drinks curated by our friends from East Bay Spice Company—and you can bring your drinks into the Theatre!
  • Our super-popular liner notes email arrives in your inbox days before your show, filled with insight and information—free. And our free performance program provides you with rich reading material to further engage you.

Your benefits

When you get your ticket package, you reward yourself with

  • Better seats by far, reserved for you before the general public.
  • The consistently lowest prices as demand for our single tickets increases.
  • Lower prices, by as much as 29%—more if you’re 65 or older, under 30, a full-time student, or employed full-time in a pre-K through grade 12 environment.
  • Exchange your tickets to attend the same production on a different day—free (no fees)! Exchanges can be made online, by phone, by fax, or in person until 7pm the day before your scheduled performance. Reasonable restrictions apply.

Plus…dibs!

  • Priority access to special events—subscribers got dibs on John Leguizamo: Latin History for Morons. Other past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, Anna Deavere Smith, Patrick Stewart, and Ian McKellen.

Your free extras

All Berkeley Rep patrons enjoy these free resources and events

  • Our popular liner notes email arrives in your inbox days before your show to give you interesting insights from our dramaturg, plus all the goods to guarantee a great visit.
  • Our glossy, color program is packed with insightful and interesting articles. It’s also available online, free.
  • Docent presentations an hour before every Tuesday and Thursday performance during each show’s regular run. Post-show docent-led discussions follow matinees.
  • Post-show Q&As with the artists after select performances.

Plus, subscribers receive additional, exclusive savings

  • Savings on guest tickets so you can bring friends—make it a theatre party. You save $5 on the purchase of every additional single ticket for your guests. Plus, you pay no service charges. And you can exchange these tickets as needed.
  • You receive special offers from a selection of restaurants around the theatre. Simply present your subscriber ticket and subscriber ID card before ordering, and the restaurant will apply the discount immediately. Past participating restaurants have included Almare, Angeline’s Louisiana Kitchen, Bistro Liaison, Café Clem, Cyprus Restaurant, FIVE, Gecko Gecko Thai-California Eatery, Jazzcaffè, La Note, Phil’s Sliders, PIQ, and Venus Restaurant.
  • Store your tickets in our safe deposit, so they never get lost, and if you need to exchange your tickets to a different date, we’ll already have them!

Choose-your-own

3+ play Choose-your-own SeasonDesign your season—choose any 3 or more subscription plays.

Monsoon Wedding is currently available with Full and Main Season packages only. Select the 5- or 7-play package tab to include Monsoon Wedding.

Choose-your-own benefits

  • Choose your shows and your performance dates
  • Get better seating than the general public

All subscribers enjoy these advantages

  • Save up to 29% off regular ticket prices—and lock in your savings!
  • Change your performance dates—free (no fees)—as late as 7pm the day before your show, whenever you need
  • Add additional plays to your package later—at discounted prices
  • Experience spectacular sold-out shows while other people are turned away

And there’s more!

  • Receive discounts to nearby restaurants
  • Bring guests at reduced prices—we waive your service fees
  • Receive our super-popular liner notes, delivered by email to your inbox days before your performance—free
  • Get dibs on tickets to non-subscription events like John Leguizamo: Latin History for Morons. Other past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, Anna Deavere Smith, Patrick Stewart, and Ian McKellen.

Specials

We offer even deeper discounts to full-time students, persons under 30 or 65+, and anyone who works full-time in a pre-K–12 environment.


Choose-your-own packages

Prices are per play. We ask that you stay in the same seating section for each play. Choose only the shows you want to see (3+ plays). Select a subscription package from the list below.

Monsoon Wedding is currently available with Full and Main Season packages only. Select the 5- or 7-play package tab to include Monsoon Wedding.

Performance Premium * A B Discounts available
Tuesday 8pm $64 $52 $40 Educator / Student / Under 30
Wednesday 7pm $64 $52 $40 Student / Under 30
Thursday 2pm ** $64 $52 $40 Senior / Student / Under 30
Thursday 8pm $64 $52 $40 Student / Under 30
Friday 8pm $80 $68 $54 Educator / Student / Under 30
Saturday 2pm $75 $62 $46 Senior / Student / Under 30
Saturday 8pm $92 $76 $60 Student / Under 30
Sunday 2pm $75 $62 $46 Senior / Student / Under 30
Sunday 7pm $75 $62 $46 Educator / Student / Under 30

* Premium seats available to subscribers of five or more plays.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Roe and An Octoroon. For the Limited Season you will be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday matinee.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Full-time student / under 30
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Choose five or more plays—receive $5 discount per play on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinees. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered. Not available online—please call the box office.

Full-time pre-K–12 educator & employee
Choose five or more plays, and select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered. Not available online—please call the box office.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

Sign up for the Main Season of five plays

5 play Main SeasonYou’ll see It Can’t Happen Here, The Last Tiger in Haiti, 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips, Hand to God, and Monsoon Wedding.

Main Season subscribers enjoy all the choose-your-own benefits, and more

  • Access to premium seats (subject to availability, of course)
  • Guaranteed priority seating before the general public and “choose-your-own” subscribers
  • The same seats for every show in each theatre—which you can keep from year to year

All subscribers enjoy these advantages

  • Save up to 29% off regular ticket prices—and lock in your savings!
  • Change your performance dates—free (no fees)—as late as 7pm the day before your show, whenever you need
  • Add additional plays to your package later—at discounted prices
  • Experience spectacular sold-out shows while other people are turned away

And there’s more!

  • Receive discounts to nearby restaurants
  • Bring guests at reduced prices—we waive your service fees
  • Receive our super-popular liner notes, delivered by email to your inbox days before your performance—free
  • Get dibs on tickets to non-subscription events like John Leguizamo: Latin History for Morons. Other past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, Anna Deavere Smith, Patrick Stewart, and Ian McKellen.

Specials

We offer even deeper discounts to full-time students, persons under 30 or 65+, and anyone who works full-time in a pre-K–12 environment.


See the five plays in our Main Season

Select a subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available
Tuesday 8pm $300 $240 $160 Educator / Student / Under 30
Wednesday 7pm $300 $240 $160 Student / Under 30
Thursday 2pm $300 $240 $160 Senior / Student / Under 30
Thursday 8pm $300 $240 $160 Student / Under 30
Friday 8pm $370 $320 $245 Educator / Student / Under 30
Saturday 2pm $335 $285 $200 Senior / Student / Under 30
Saturday 8pm $430 $355 $260 Student / Under 30
Sunday 2pm $335 $285 $200 Senior / Student / Under 30
Sunday 7pm $335 $285 $200 Educator / Student / Under 30

Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Full-time student / under 30
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Receive $25 discount on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee subscription packages. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Full-time pre-K–12 educator & employee
Select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

Subscribe to the Full Season of seven plays

7 play Full SeasonYou’ll see every subscription show in the 2016–17 season!

Full Season subscribers enjoy all the Main Season and choose-your-own benefits, and more

  • Absolute highest priority seating before anyone else
  • First access to premium seats (subject to availability, of course)
  • One free upgrade to a more expensive seat or date—for everyone in your party
  • The same seats for every Main Season show in each theatre—which you can keep or improve from year to year

All subscribers enjoy these advantages

  • Save up to 29% off regular ticket prices—and lock in your savings!
  • Change your performance dates—free (no fees)—as late as 7pm the day before your show, whenever you need
  • Add additional plays to your package later—at discounted prices
  • Experience spectacular sold-out shows while other people are turned away

And there’s more!

  • Receive discounts to nearby restaurants
  • Bring guests at reduced prices—we waive your service fees
  • Receive our super-popular liner notes, delivered by email to your inbox days before your performance—free
  • Get dibs on tickets to non-subscription events like John Leguizamo: Latin History for Morons. Other past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, Anna Deavere Smith, Patrick Stewart, and Ian McKellen.

Specials

We offer even deeper discounts to full-time students, persons under 30 or 65+, and anyone who works full-time in a pre-K–12 environment.


See the seven plays in our Full Season

Select a subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available
Preview (Tue / Wed / Thu / Sun eve) * $343 $294 $175  
Preview (Fri / Sat eve) * $378 $308 $196  
Tuesday 8pm $420 $336 $224 Educator / Student / Under 30
Wednesday 7pm $420 $336 $224 Student / Under 30
Thursday 2pm ** $434 $354 $240 Senior / Student / Under 30
Thursday 8pm $420 $336 $224 Student / Under 30
Friday 8pm $518 $448 $343 Educator / Student / Under 30
Saturday 2pm $469 $399 $280 Senior / Student / Under 30
Saturday 8pm $602 $497 $364 Student / Under 30
Sunday 2pm $469 $399 $280 Senior / Student / Under 30
Sunday 7pm $469 $399 $280 Educator / Student / Under 30

* Preview subscriptions available to 7-play subscribers only. Saturday previews are sold out.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Roe and An Octoroon. For the Limited Season you will be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday matinee.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Previews
The first performances of each subscription show are previews. We’re still fine-tuning the show. Previews are perfect for adventurous theatregoers who want to get in early on the creative conversation.

Full-time student / under 30
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Receive $35 discount on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee subscription packages. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Full-time pre-K–12 educator & employee
Select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.