$20 New Deal Tickets

 

All Shows. All Performances. Best Seats.

$20 New Deal tickets are available for those ages 30 and under or full-time students of any age!*

 

TO PURCHASE NEW DEAL TICKETS
Use promo code NEWDEAL online, over the phone, or in person. Please bring a valid ID listing proof of age or full-time student status for each New Deal ticket purchased to the Box Office in order to pick up your tickets. See below for eligibility and ticket details before purchasing.*

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE NEW DEAL TICKETS FOR Gnit using promo code NEWDEAL.
 
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CURRENT PRODUCTIONS

GNIT
By Will Eno
Directed by Oliver Butler
October 30–November 21, 2021

 

NEW DEAL PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN PERFORMANCE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21 AT 2:00PM
Join us for our next New Deal Pay-What-You-Can performance for Gnit on Sunday, November 21 at 2:00pm. A limited number of tickets will be distributed at 1:00pm for as little as one penny. Tickets are first come, first served; cash only; and limited to one per person. You must be 30 and under or a full-time student of any age with valid ID to qualify. Must show proof of vaccination and government-issued ID to enter the theatre.

 


*ELIGIBILITY and NEW DEAL TICKET INFORMATION
Please note up to two New Deal tickets may be purchased; however, a valid ID listing proof of age or full-time student status must be presented for each New Deal ticket purchased. Failure to show proof of age/student ID will result in a surcharge for a full-price ticket.

All New Deal tickets will be held at the Box Office to be picked up at Will Call, which begins one hour prior to curtain.

Internet and phone orders are subject to a handling fee. All sales are final; no refunds. 

Groups are not eligible for New Deal tickets, but group discounts are available by emailing tickets@tfana.org.

 

Lead support for the New Deal Ticket Initiative is provided by the J. L. Greene Arts Access Fund in the New York Community Trust, the Margaret Whitton Charitable Remainder Trust, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, with additional support as recommended by Council Member Laurie Cumbo.