35 & Under: HALF OFF for the 2021-2022 Season
Season Subscriptions are no longer available for 2021-2022.
35 & Under subscriptions can be use for Monday through Thursday performances.
New audiences are the lifeblood of the arts. We encourage young adults, often just beginning to emerge in their careers, to continue to enjoy the theatre they loved as children and students.
Theatre patrons who are age 35 or younger (at the time of purchase, even if you age out before the season begins) may purchase a 7-Play Season Subscription at a 50% discount for performances on Monday through Thursday.
Limit of two discount-rate Season Subscriptions per patron, and a valid ID must be presented before you can receive your tickets.
Patron must be between the ages of 18-35 at the time the subscription is purchased, and must be the buyer. Discount cannot be combined with any other discount.
|Regular 7-Play Subscription Pricing|
35 & Under!
|Main Floor and Loge||$314 Subscription (if purchased individually, $384)||$157.00|
|Balcony||$214 Subscription (if purchased individually, $276)||$107.00|
Under 35 subscribers may exchange their tickets for other performances, but if you exchange to a performance not included in your subscription discount (Fridays – Saturdays), you will have to pay the difference between your ticket price and the season subscriber price for the performance to which you wish to attend.
Under 35 pricing is intended to provide an opportunity for young adults to experience theatre while their incomes catch up to their interests; it is not intended for parents or other adults to purchase tickets in a child’s name. However, children K-12 can already attend at half-price Mondays through Thursdays! Those tickets can be purchased show by show when they become available to the general public.
*NOTE: Accommodations for Covid-19 during the 2021-2022 Season
Because Pioneer Theatre Company is a professional theatre that resides on the University of Utah campus, PTC will follow all safety guidelines established in response to the pandemic by the State of Utah, Salt Lake County, and the University of Utah, as well as by the professional unions with whom we contract. This may include socially-distant seating to limit the size of the audience, mandatory mask wearing, or even canceling performances, if necessary.