Lincoln Center Theater Launches Discount Ticket Program for Younger Theatregoers

News   Lincoln Center Theater Launches Discount Ticket Program for Younger Theatregoers
 
Lincoln Center Theater has announced a new ticket program targeted at theatregoers between the ages of 21-35 that will make discounted tickets available to productions on the Vivian Beaumont and Mitzi E. Newhouse stages, among others.

LincTix is a free program for theatregoers ages 21-35, allowing them to purchase tickets to LCT productions at $30. The offer is available for productions in Broadway's Beaumont and Off-Broadway's Newhouse and for productions LCT stages in other Broadway houses.

A limited number of tickets will be made available for each performance and will go on sale the same day seats are made available to the general public. LincTix will also keep its members informed of special events and talkbacks and will allow fellow members to purchase tickets together.

The program does not replace LCT's student rush ticket program, which makes $30 tickets available for day-of performances. In addition, LincTix does not apply to LCT3 productions, Lincoln Center Theater's developmental works program, which are already available for only $20.

LCT states that participants will not need to renew annually; the program automatically expires within the LincTix database on Jan. 1 following a member's 36th birthday.

The program is currently available for the LCT productions of War Horse and A Minister's Wife. Visit LincTix.org to join.

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