Be in the room where it happens, as a Wharton Center 2018-2019 season subscriber

By Kendall Buzzelli

With a great season coming to Wharton Center, you may very well want to see all the shows. Almost every week, there are new shows on at least one of our stages . . . from performing arts to Broadway to inspiring speakers and family shows. One of the best ways to see multiple shows at an affordable price is by purchasing a Wharton Center season subscription. But let’s imagine the depressing life without a season ticket subscription…



The best way to secure your Hamilton tickets at the best price is by purchasing a Wharton Center season subscription. We know you’ve been dying to see this show since Lin-Manuel Miranda’s White House performance, and without a season package, you’ll be scrambling to be in the room where it happens.

I’m sorry, my seats are WHERE?!


We can safely say that there is no bad seat at Wharton Center, but we also know you want to be as close as possible to the stage. The best way to get up close and personal is to get the priority seating that comes with being a subscriber.


Tickets that are not discounted.


I think fellow theatre-goers would agree that we are always willing to pay a little more to see an amazing show. But when you want to see every amazing show, maybe you want to look for ways to save a little money. In a life without a Wharton Center subscription, tickets are full price; with a Wharton Center series package, subscribers can get up to 20% off their tickets. With that kind of savings, you could buy tickets to see other shows this season!


Too many options.




A life without a season subscription is full of questions:  should I get a ticket to see School of Rock now? Will I get the seats I want? Should I wait so I can see Miss Saigon in March? With a subscription, life just gets easier. Subscribers get to see 6 Broadway shows or 6 or more Performing Arts shows – plus lots more great benefits – so you don’t ever have to make the hard decision of seeing The Dustbowl Revival or Renée Fleming, or The Manhattan Transfer Meets Take 6. You can see them all.

Life without a subscription will be rough with a season like this upon us – some seriously amazing blockbusters, plus brand-new shows and stars of the performing arts. There’s still time to get your subscription! For more information, visit

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