CENTERSTAGE has announced the return of the GO Pass, just in time for the start of its highly anticipated 50th Anniversary Season. Designed to make theater accessible to young people, the GO Pass gives patrons ages 18-34 access to all seven shows in CENTERSTAGE's season for only $48-the price of an average single ticket. Passes go on sale today, September 4, at 10 am.
The GO Pass made a splash last fall when it was offered for the first time to young professionals ages 21-34. More than 700 passes were sold over just two short. This season, CENTERSTAGE increased the number of passes available, and expanded sale dates to nearly a full month, from September 4 through September 30, or until the allotted inventory has been sold.
GO Pass Members are able to reserve tickets to any performance of each of the seven CENTERSTAGE Classic Series productions during the 2012-13 Season. Tickets can be booked weeks in advance or minutes before curtain, based on availability. To bring friends, GO Pass Members can purchase up to two GO Friend tickets per performance, for $20 each.
GO Passes will be available beginning, September 4, at 10 am. Buy online at centerstage.org, in person at the Box Office, or by calling 410.332.0033. The GO Pass is supported by PNC Bank.
CENTERSTAGE's 50th Anniversary is made possible by DLA Piper, M&T Bank, The Rouse Company Foundation, T. Rowe Price and the T. Rowe Price Foundation, Ellen and Ed Bernard, Stephanie and Ashton Carter, James and Janet Clauson, Lynn and Tony Deering and The Charlesmead Foundation, Terry H. Morgenthaler and Patrick Kerins, Judy and Scott Phares, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith; with additional support from Kathi Hyle; and season media partners Maryland Public Television, The Baltimore Sun, WYPR, and WBAL.