Manhattan Theatre Club has expanded its affordable ticket initiative, previously available for theatregoers under 30, to include audience members under the age of 35. The program, now called 30 Under 35, offers $30 tickets to MTC productions, as well as invites to post-show parties.
30 Under 35 is available to anyone who is 35 years old or younger. Members have access to two $30 tickets to all MTC productions while stocks last. Alumni members who recently turned 30 will be welcomed back into the program. Click here for more details.
MTC will kick off its Broadway season with the North American premiere of The Nap by One Man, Two Guvnors playwright Richard Bean and directed by Daniel Sullivan at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in September.
In October, MTC will launch its 2018–2019 Off-Broadway programming with Jaclyn Backhaus’ India Pale Ale at New York City Center – Stage I with direction by Charm director Will Davis. Click here for more information.