2020-2021 VIP Season Subscription

Save $120 over single tickets!

The VIP Experience
includes your choice of a drink and snack at each performance.

Choose the subscription package that is right for you.

Choose your own dates.

Our most popular packages give you the ability to book your tickets as you go or schedule for the dates you choose, you can call the box office to schedule dates or look for an email in your inbox soon with instructions to schedule your tickets at your convenience online.
A $5 processing fee is included in the price of each item.

Premium Season Ticket- See all 7 shows.
Come anytime you like.

See all 7 shows. Come anytime you like.
   VIP Premium Season Ticket - $296
Weekday Season Ticket- See all 7 shows.
Come any weekday at 7:30.
   VIP Weekday Season Ticket - $282
See all 7 shows. Attend any preview performance
(First Wednesday or Thursday at 7:30, or Friday at 8)
   VIP Preview Season Ticket $254
Prefer to plan ahead?
If you know you want to see every production on the same schedule, you can choose one of the series options below.

You can always exchange your tickets for a different night if something pops up!
Wednesdays 's at 7:30 PM
   Previews - $254
   Week 2 - $282
   Week 3 - $282
Thursday's at 7:30 PM
   Previews - $254
   Week 2 - $282
   Week 3 - $282
Friday's at 8:00 PM
   Previews - $254
   Week 2 - $296
   Week 3 - $296
Saturday's at 8:00 PM
   Opening Nights - $296
   Week 2 - $296
   Week 3 - $296
Sunday Matinee's at 3:00 PM
   Week 1 - $296
   Week 2 - $296
   Week 3 - $296
Tuesday's at 7:30 PM

 


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