Center Theater Group launches $20 ticket on Tuesdays

Center Theater Group is launching Ticket Drop Tuesdays, a new ticketing option for its audiences, starting October 18. Created to encourage everyone to come to the theater, this new initiative will make Center Theater Group shows more accessible to everyone in Los Angeles. On Tuesdays theater patrons will be able to purchase tickets for a flat rate of $20, all fees waived with the code TUESDAY20. A limited number of tickets will be made available every Tuesday at 12 p.m. PST, with new shows and ticket locations released weekly.

This new low-cost ticket opportunity is in line with the Center Theater Group’s commitment to finding new ways to make everyone feel welcome at the theater. Ticket Drop Tuesdays is the latest program to join Center Theater Group’s “Theatre Access for LA” initiative, which supports our efforts to reach audiences that reflect the diversity of Southern California and the communities that we serve. These programs aim to create more inclusive theater through subsidized ticket offerings, innovative audience engagement, educational projects, and more. Other programs included in this initiative include FreePlay, which offers free tickets to anyone 25 or younger to select performances of all Center Theater Group productions, and In the House, which offers free tickets to schools, colleges and non-profit organizations in the Los Angeles area. .

“We believe that access to live theater is essential to creating a vibrant, inspired and innovative community. We want our audience to attend again and again to share this collective experience,” said Meghan Pressman, Managing Director/CEO of the Center. Theater Group. “A theater is nothing without its audience, which is why we tell everyone in LA they should ‘Just go!’ to celebrate and support the performing arts. And now we’re making it even easier to get to some of the best theaters in the country with our $20 Ticket Drop Tuesdays!”

Customers will be able to purchase up to four tickets at a flat rate of $20 by visiting CenterTheatreGroup.org/Promo at 12 p.m. PST every Tuesday and using the code TUESDAY20. Beginning October 18, tickets will be available for “The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe” and “Clyde’s” at the Mark Taper Forum and “2:22 – A Ghost Story” at the Ahmanson Theatre. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and dates, seat locations and available shows will change weekly. Customers are encouraged to return weekly for exclusive offers. People who want to receive email notifications about upcoming shows and Ticket Drop Tuesday deals can sign up or adjust their email preferences here. To learn more about Ticket Drop Tuesday, visit CenterTheatreGroup.org/Tickets/Ticket-Drop-Tuesday.

For general ticket information, please visit CenterTheatreGroup.org, call Audience Services at (213) 628-2772, or visit us in person at the Center Theater Group box office (at the Ahmanson Theater at the Downtown Music Center). city ​​of Los Angeles). The Mark Taper Forum is located at the Music Center, 135 N. Grand Avenue at Downtown LA 90012. The Kirk Douglas Theater is located at 9820 Washington Blvd. in Culver City, CA 90232.

Center Theater Group, one of the nation’s leading arts and culture organizations, is Los Angeles’ premier nonprofit theater company, which, under the direction of Managing Director/CEO Meghan Pressman and Production Manager Douglas C Baker, and in conjunction with the five associate Artistic Directors, Luis Alfaro, Lindsay Allbaugh, Tyrone Davis, Neel Keller and Kelley Kirkpatrick, program seasons at the 729-seat Mark Taper Forum and the 1,600-2,100-seat Ahmanson Theater. at the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles, and at the 317-seat Kirk Douglas Theater in Culver City. In addition to presenting and producing the widest range of theatrical entertainment in the country, the Center Theater Group is one of the nation’s leading producers of ambitious new works through commissions and world premieres and a leader in interactive programming. of community involvement and education that span all generations. , demographics and circumstances to serve Los Angeles.

Jennifer C. Burleigh