St. Ann’s Warehouse Launches Mobile Rush

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The Off-Broadway Brooklyn theatre has announced its first-ever mobile rush ticketing program.
Jim Lichtscheidl and Mark Rylance in <i>Nice Fish</i>
Jim Lichtscheidl and Mark Rylance in Nice Fish

St. Ann’s Warehouse has announced it is partnering with TodayTix to launch its first-ever mobile rush ticketing program. The platform will offer $30 tickets for every show, beginning March 15.

Previously, patrons who wanted discount rush tickets would have to arrive in-person at the box office on the morning of a performance. By using TodayTix’s app, theatre goers can purchase rush tickets directly from their mobile devices from 10 AM daily. Ticket buyers can then pick up their tickets at the St. Ann’s box office in person one hour prior to curtain.

Susan Feldman, artistic director of St. Ann’s Warehouse, said in a press statement: “We're thrilled that tickets to our inaugural season have sold so well, and that New York theatre-goers share our excitement about the shows and our new home in Brooklyn Bridge Park. We're presenting these productions because we want to give audiences the opportunity to experience them (in a singular place for theatre); our partnership with TodayTix makes it possible for more people, especially new and younger audiences, to do so affordably and at the last-minute.”

St. Ann’s, which recently opened the doors to its new waterfront home in Brooklyn Bridge Park, is currently showing Louis Jenkins’ and Mark Rylance’s Nice Fish, through March 27.

Visit stannswarehouse.org for more information.

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