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Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State

Group Discounts

A group of ten or more receives a discount of 15 percent off the regular ticket prices for all Center for the Performing Arts presentations.

Join us for a memorable theatre experience at great savings. We count groups among our most valued patrons. Let Len Codispot, group sales coordinator, tell you about our exciting group sales advantages.

Try our no-hassle online group purchase program that allows patrons to buy and print tickets with no online processing fee. Some restrictions apply. Contact the group discounts office for more details.

Call, email, or stop in at the group discounts office in downtown State College for pricing information, seating availability, or to order group tickets.

814-863-0389
800-ARTS-TIX
arts-group-sales@psu.edu

Group Discounts at Penn State Tickets Downtown
Penn State Downtown Theatre Center
146 S. Allen Street
State College

Group discounts

  • 15 percent discount off regular prices for each presentation.
  • Two free tickets with the purchase of thirty tickets or more.
    (Due to contractual restrictions, some presentations may not qualify for this offer.)

Easy ordering

  • A 20 percent non-refundable deposit secures your reservation.
  • Flexible reservations—you may change the number of tickets until payment is due.
  • Extended payment due date—final payment is not due until two weeks prior to the performance.

Access

  • We're committed to making the performing arts accessible to all patrons. Contact us for all of your special needs.

Free promotional materials

  • We provide posters and handbills, when available, at no extra cost to assist in promoting your group’s selected event. Background information on the artist(s) is available upon request.

Area restaurants and hotels

  • A list of State College-area restaurants, hotels, motels, and inns will be mailed or faxed to you upon request.

Prices

A musician from Darcy James Argue's Secret Society wears early twentieth-century period dress and plays a tuba in a performance of "Brooklyn Babylon."

Brooklyn Babylon
Darcy James Argue, composer
Danijel Zezelj, story, animation, and live painting
Featuring Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society
Jim Findlay, scenic and projection design
Paloma Young, costume design
Scott Bolman, lighting design
Isaac Butler, directorial consultant
Produced by Beth Morrison Projects
Brooklyn Babylon was commissioned by BAM for the 2011 Next Wave Festival.


7:30 pm Tuesday, February 28, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $40.80
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $32.30

John Abberger, principal oboist with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, performs with the ensemble.

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra
J. S. Bach: The Circle of Creation


7:30 pm Thursday, March 2, 2017


Schwab Auditorium

Adult $35.70
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $27.20

En Garde Arts presents
WILDERNESS 


7:30 pm Wednesday, March 15, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $27.20
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $18.70

Toad and Frog together carry a kite and its string in an illustration depicting "A Year With Frog and Toad."

A Year with Frog and Toad
Music by Robert Reale
Book and lyrics by Willie Reale
Based on the books by Arnold Lobel


2:00 pm Sunday, March 19, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $16.15
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $16.15

A logo for "Pippin" features the word illuminated by glitter and streams of light.

PIPPIN


7:30 pm Tuesday, March 21, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $55.25, $47.60
University Park Student $39.95, $32.30
18 and Younger $40.80, $33.15

Jazz bandleader and musician Fred Hersch, standing against a distressed brick wall, looks directly at the camera in a portrait shot.

Fred Hersch Trio
with Special Guest Anat Cohen


7:30 pm Tuesday, March 28, 2017


Schwab Auditorium

Adult $32.30
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $23.80

A coal miner dusted with coal soot and wearing a hardhat with lamp looks blankly at the camera in a historic photo.

Julia Wolfe’s Anthracite Fields
Bang on a Can All-Stars
with Penn State Concert Choir
Christopher Kiver, conductor


7:30 pm Thursday, March 30, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $35.70
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $27.20

The members of DakhaBrakha, dressed in traditional-style Ukraine folk costumes and tall lamb's wool headgear, stand for a photo.

DakhaBrakha


7:30 pm Tuesday, April 4, 2017


Schwab Auditorium

Adult $28.90
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $20.40

A stencil-style logo illustrates the 20th anniversary of the hit Broadway musical "Rent."

RENT


7:30 pm Thursday, April 6, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $55.25, $47.60
University Park Student $39.95, $32.30
18 and Younger $40.80, $33.15

A male dancer holds a female dancer on his shoulders while she extends her legs to the left.

Jessica Lang Dance


7:30 pm Wednesday, April 12, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $32.30
University Park Student $12.75
18 and Younger $23.80

The logo for "Annie" illustrates the Tony Award-winning Broadway production.

ANNIE


7:30 pm Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Eisenhower Auditorium

Adult $55.25, $47.60
University Park Student $39.95, $32.30
18 and Younger $40.80, $33.15