This information pertains to the 2020/21 Season Only.
Series Subscriptions and Choose-Your-Own Packages are on sale now.
Single Tickets go on sale in mid-September.
Purchase Series Subscriptions or Choose-Your-Own Packages
Tickets can be purchased online up to 3 hours prior to showtime. Visit the individual event pages for purchase links.
Monday–Friday,12–6 PM (except national holidays)
Due to COVID-19, it may take longer than usual for us to respond. Thank you for your patience.
The Broad Stage Box Office is closed until performances begin in January, 2021.
During the season, the Box Office is open 3 hours prior to each performance, but no earlier than 9 AM. Sales for future performances are available until 1 hour before showtime.
All ticket purchases and related fees for the 2020/21 season are fully refundable until 6 hours prior to showtime. This applies to cancelled performances, any new or existing safety concerns or if you simply have a change of heart. Please call or email Patron Services for refund or credit.
Within 6 hours of showtime, you may return your tickets for credit on account and a $15 per ticket late change fee applies. Credit is valid for the current season only.
Series Subscriptions and Choose-Your-Own Packages
$36 per order, includes processing and delivery
Processing: $6 per ticket through all purchase methods—including in-person sales
Delivery: $4 per order if mailed; $2 per order at will call; email is free
In order to support the world-class programming we present on our stages, we regularly raise our prices in response to demand. We encourage you to purchase early in the season to get the lowest prices.
Ticket orders received less than 14 days prior to the performance may be emailed or held at Will Call. Photo ID is required to pick up tickets.
Exchanges can be made online, over the phone or in person. Please use this form.
For the 2020/21 season only, we are waiving all exchange fees, until 6 hours prior to showtime. Within 6 hours of the show, the regular $15/ticket late change fee applies.
Please note, ticket prices vary for each performance. If you exchange into a higher-priced performance, you will need to pay the difference in price; if you exchange into a lower-priced performance, the difference will be credited to your Broad Stage account and must be used within the current season. If the credit is not used in full by the end of the season, the balance will be donated to The Broad Stage.
Within 6 hours of the performance, you may exchange your tickets for credit on account or another show, with a $15.00 per ticket late change fee.
If you are unable to attend a performance for any reason, you may donate your tickets back to The Broad Stage. Tickets returned more than 3 hours prior to the start of the show are eligible for a tax-deductible donation. Contact Patron Services via email, phone or in person for details, or click here for the web form.
Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of house management. Late seating opportunities and locations may be limited by the artist or nature of the performance. Please plan to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to performance time.
Veterans, active duty personnel and their families are eligible for $10 rush tickets to all Broad Stage performances, when seats are available. Please present military ID at our Box Office on the day of the show to claim up to 4 discounted tickets per ID.
College students may purchase a $20 rush ticket at the Box Office 1 hour prior to showtime, subject to availability. SMC students pay $10. Valid for any remaining seat in the house. Limited to one ticket per person. Valid student ID required. Click here for more information.
The Broad Stage would like to encourage families to enjoy performances together, however, unless specified, most performances are not suitable for children under the age of 12. Each person, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Please inquire when purchasing your ticket about the age appropriateness of specific events, and consider The Broad Stage Family Programs for young children.
In consideration of other ticket holders, parents may be asked to remove their child/children if they are causing disruptions or are unable to sit quietly. There are monitors on both Main Stage lobby levels on which the show can be viewed. There is no monitor for The Edye.
Program content, show length, cast changes and more are made available for every performance in our “Know Before You Show” email. Please be sure to click the “Opt In” box when you purchase so you don’t miss this important information.
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