April 29, 2008

The Cry of the Reed - Final Week

The Cry of the Reed will close on Saturday night - good seats are still available (the final week of the run is not subscribed) so head on over to the South End and catch it before it's too late.

I wanted to take the opportunity to remind you of a couple of our best ticket pricing options.

Students under 21 can see any of our productions for just 15 bucks.

Walk up 2 hours prior to curtain (see box office hours here), or call anytime (617 266-7900) and purchase a student flex pass subscription to get advance reservations. Our customer service reps will tell you how it all works.

Theater-goers between the ages of 21 and 35 can purchase tickets for just $25. Anytime. For any show. No strings attached. Just call or buy them online.

I checked out our subscription pricing for next season and now there are even more options than ever before - with subscriptions starting as low as $20 per show. Check it out here

And a shout out to all of the readers from Talkin' Broadway's All That Chat who visited the blog last week. Thanks for your comments!

foto info: Philip (Darren Pettie), a Canadian journalist who has been detained by Iraqi insurgents, dreams of freedom in the Huntington Theatre Company's World Premiere production of The Cry of the Reed by Sinan √únel. Photo: T. Charles Erickson.

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