Ticket Prices for dramas and comedies are $30; $25 for seniors, students, and military. Ticket prices for musicals are $35; $28 for seniors, students, and military. Ticket prices are $18 for groups of 15 or more and $7/$8 for 10 a.m. SchoolFest Matinee shows.
*Ticket prices are $22 for groups of 15 or more attending performances of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
*Ticket prices are $22 for groups of 15 or more attending performances of Sister Act.
Groups and School Matinee tickets need to be purchased by calling the box office at the number above. Student Rush tickets are available one hour prior to any show opening for $10–valid student identification required (through college age). Contact the box office for specific pricing and reservations.
Special discounts are available for groups of 15 or more. Please contact the box office for more details.
Evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday matinee performances are at 2 p.m.; and SchoolFest Matinee performances start at 10 a.m. Select performances begin at 7 p.m. Always check with the box office about curtain times.
Subscription sales and renewals start in April of each season. Traditional season passes are available as well as flexible pass options. Subscription pricing starts at $70 per person for a mini-flexi pass (three shows) up to $110 for a traditional subscription or a five-show flex-pass. At this time, subscriptions are not available online, only by mail, phone, or stopping in to the theatre. Click here to download the 2017-2018 Season Subscription Card
Need a quick and creative gift idea? Gift certificates are available year-round for single tickets, season passes, acting classes, summer camps, you name it!
New Stage has negotiated deals with Bravo!, Broadstreet Baking Company, Sal & Mookies New York Pizza & Ice Cream, and 1908 Provisions at The Fairview Inn. See details below:
Bravo!, Broadstreet, and Sal & Mookies: 25% off entire meal with current show tickets
1908 Provisions at The Fairview Inn: Pre-Show Dinner Featuring Two Courses of Your Choosing; Mon-Fri 5 to 6:30 p.m. only
Assisted listening devices are available at every performance. Please call the Box Office to let them know you would like to reserve one.
Cameras and recording devices are strictly prohibited inside the theatre at all times.
Eating and drinking are only permitted in the Hewes Room. Refreshments are on sale in the Hewes Room before each show and during intermission.
We ask that children under the age of five* not be brought to the theatre. Tickets are required for every person that goes into the theatre auditorium regardless of age. Lap babies are prohibited. Please be respectful of those around you and take crying or disruptive children out of the performance. (*This age range may vary for special children’s productions.)
Wheelchair access is available for our patrons. Please notify the box office when purchasing tickets that you’ll need this accommodation and plan to arrive at New Stage at least 30 minutes before curtain. The house manager or other personnel will assist you.
New Stage Theatre is now a smoke-free company. Please refrain from using all tobacco products on the property.
Please respect the actors on stage and your neighbors by turning off all cellular phones, pagers, and chiming watches. Please stay in your seat until intermission.
New Stage latecomers will be seated at times and in locations determined by the house manager. There is no late seating for New Stage performances.