Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Long Wharf Offers Flexible Ticket Options

John Douglas Thompson in the recent
production Satchmo at the Waldorf
Photo: T. Charles Erickson.
In an effort to continue to provide affordable and flexible ticket options for patrons, Long Wharf Theatre has announced a new initiative called the Passport program. By paying a small monthly fee, patrons have the opportunity to see a play whenever they like, as many times as they like.
For $25 per month, patrons will have unlimited access to every play at Long Wharf Theatre through the 2012-13 season. A Passport holder can call prior to a desired performance to reserve the best available seat, or can just show up and the Box Office.
 
In addition, Passport holders will have free access to post show discussions, Sunday Symposia, Conversations with the Cast, and other special events throughout the year.
“People’s time is valuable, and dollars are short. We want to be able to offer as much flexibility and value as possible to people who would like to make Long Wharf Theatre one of their entertainment options,” said Steve Scarpa, director of Marketing and communications.
There is a three month minimum commitment, and the Passport automatically reactivates for the new season.
For more information about the 2012-13 season or to purchase tickets, visit www.longwharf.org or call 203-787-4282.

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