Begins June 19, 2013
By Keith Huff
Directed by Ensemble Member David Schwimmer
2013-2014 Season Subscriptions
The 2013-2014 season will transport our audiences across a vast expanse of time and space while promises a year of discovery every step of the way. We hope you will join us this year as a subscriber.
Subscribers save 10% on additional tickets, don't pay a per-ticket service fee, and enjoy a host of other perks. Click here for a list of subscriber benefits, including complimentary exchanges* and our box office concierge service. Call 312-337-0665 to learn more.
*Subject to availability, upgrade fees may apply for performances of a greater price.
Like many theaters in Chicago, our box office software employs dynamic pricing, which means the price of a ticket fluctuates based on how many seats are sold for each performance. When fewer than 80 seats are sold for a particular show, tickets are $6 less expensive than when the house is almost full. It's a practice borrowed from the hotel and airline industry by many nonprofits to augment the delicate balance between earned and contributed revenue.
What does this mean to you? The earlier you purchase your ticket, the lower the price. The surest way to secure the best seats at the lowest price is to become a season subscriber. Our regular ticket prices range from $26 - $68, and our subscribers save as much as $13 per ticket. Groups of 10 or more also save up to 25% on tickets. Both subscribers and groups get early access to seats.
Regular Ticket Prices
Previews: $26 - $42
Tuesday evening: $34 - $44
Wednesday evening: $38 - $48
Thursday matinee: $32 - $42
Thursday evening: $40 - $52
Friday evening: $50 - $60
Saturday matinee: $48 - $58
Saturday evening: $58 - $68
Sunday matinee: $50 - $62
Sunday evening: $32 - $44
To learn more about dynamic pricing and theater tickets in Chicago, please read this Chicago Tribune article.
Please note that Regular Ticket Prices apply to subscription season productions, and do not apply to special events like Rick Bayless in Cascabel, Gglassquerade or The Madhatterâ€™s Ball.