Single tickets for each individual production will go on sale to the general public 10 weeks in advance of that production’s opening date.
Get access to tickets two weeks before single tickets go on sale with our new Rep-Flex package and Rep-Passport. Get the earliest access to tickets with our Rep-7 Play subscription—you can book your seats before anyone else and get access to additional single tickets now.
Single ticket prices are subject to change based on availability. Weeknight performances tend to cost less than weekends. $9 per order service charge on telephone and online single ticket purchases (waived for Rep 7-Play subscribers and Rep-Flex package purchasers). There is no service charge for single tickets purchased in person at the box office. All ticket sales are final.
Discounts on single tickets
- Under 35 discount Half-price tickets for anyone under the age of 35 for most shows (based on availability; restrictions apply; available online).
- Rush tickets Students and seniors (age 65 and over) with valid ID can save $10 on tickets in sections A and B one hour before each show (based on availability; must purchase in person).
- CAA discount $5 off all performances (excluding Saturday evenings) for California Alumni Association members (not available online).
- Blue Star military discount 20% off full-price tickets to military personnel and their families through our partnership with Blue Star Families. Use the promo code BLUESTAR over the phone or in person (not available online).
Single ticket exchanges
In light of Omicron, we are making some temporary changes to our exchange policies to better service our patrons.
For Swept Away, Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man and the Pool, and Fran Lebowitz we are waiving the $15 exchange fees for all ticket buyers. Additionally, we will honor your tickets as an even exchange even if you opt to move to another performance date with a price difference.
All sales will continue to be final with no refunds.
For all other titles...
Single tickets may be exchanged for a different performance of the same show for a $15 per-ticket fee (reasonable restrictions apply) until 7pm the day before your scheduled performance (7pm Sunday for Tuesday performances). Exchanges can be made by phone (510 647–2949) or in person. Same-day exchanges are not available to nonsubscribers. All exchanges are subject to availability. Price differences may apply; no refunds or credits for exchanges to a lower-priced performance date or seating section.
If at the last minute you are unable to use your tickets, you may turn them in as a contribution to Berkeley Rep. The value of the donated tickets is tax-deductible and acknowledged by email. Tickets for past performances cannot be considered a donation.
Bring 10–14 people to see the same show on the same date and save $5 per ticket—we’ll even waive the service charge. Groups of 15+ save 20% per ticket, plus we’ll give a free ticket to the organizer. Discount applies to most shows. Some restrictions may apply.
To arrange your group, call 510 647–2949.
Special group rates are available for middle, high school, and college groups. For more information, call 510 647–2949. In addition, we offer student matinees for middle and high school groups.
Pre-show party package
Add the Pre-Show Party Package for just $500 and your group of up to 60 people will receive exclusive access to the party area (in the Helen C. Barber Lobby and/or John C. Mendel Room) for up to four hours. Space subject to availability. Package is for use by audience groups on the day of show only. For more information, call 510 647–2949.
Resale of tickets
Tickets purchased through the Berkeley Rep box office or website may not be resold at a price above face value without the express written consent of Berkeley Rep. Berkeley Rep reserves the right to cancel any orders placed by ticket brokers and/or their representatives.
Admittance is only guaranteed with tickets purchased through Berkeley Rep. We assume no liability for tickets purchased through any unauthorized channel, including Craig’s List, StubHub, E-Bay, and other secondary market or ticket broker services. We strongly advise against purchasing tickets from any source other than the Berkeley Rep box office or website, or an authorized third-party seller such as Goldstar Events or Tix Bay Area. Tickets purchased from unauthorized sources may be stolen or fraudulent, and if so are not valid for event admission. If you are unsure if a ticket seller has been authorized to sell Berkeley Rep tickets, please contact the box office prior to purchasing from the source in question.
Berkeley Rep gift certificates are guaranteed to delight. They’re easy to buy, easy to enjoy, and they never expire. You choose the value. They choose the show or the class. And it’s all done online or with a phone call (510 647-2949).
- Gift certificates can be redeemed for shows, season subscriptions, ticket packages, and even classes at our School of Theatre.
- Seats and classes are subject to availability.
- When the certificate is redeemed, current prices apply. Any remaining balance can be applied to future purchases.
We’re happy to donate tickets to Bay Area nonprofit organizations for use as a fundraising tool. Make your request to us approximately two months prior to your event.
We’re eager to help you!
2025 Addison St, Berkeley CA 94704
In the Peet’s Theatre no seat is more than 44 feet from the stage.
In the Roda Theatre the farthest seat is only 49 feet from the stage.
Health and safety
Berkeley Rep is a vaccinated company. All patrons must present a vaccination card with booster, if eligible, along with matching photo ID and be fully masked.
Photo by Carole Litwin/Berkeley Repertory Theatre
(l to r) Christian Thompson, Ephraim Sykes, Jared Joseph, Derrick Baskin, Jeremy Pope, and James Harkness in Ain’t Too Proud—The Life and Times of The Temptations
Book by Dominique Morisseau | Music and lyrics from The Legendary Motown Catalog | Based on the book entitled “The Temptations” by Otis Williams with Patricia Romanowski | Music by arrangement with Sony/ATV Music Pulishing | Directed by Des McAnuff | Scenic design by Robert Brill | Costume design by Paul Tazewell | Lighting design by Howell Binkley | Sound design by Steve Canyon Kennedy | Projection design by Peter Nigrini | Hair and wig design by Charles G. LaPointe | Fight direction by Steve Rankin | Orchestrations by Howard Wheeler | Music direction and arrangements by Kenny Seymour | Choreography by Sergio Trujillo