To enable more young people to see WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, we have expanded our CheapTix Rush program to allow young people under 25 to purchase in advance.

With code STUDENT, young people may purchase one $25 ticket, subject to availability at their desired performance. This offer is exclusively made available to audience members age 25 and under and valid identification with date-of-birth will be required to pick up the ticket on the day of the performance. Tickets are non-transferable and anyone without proper identification will be required to pay the difference in the cost of a regular ticket to gain admission. All sales are final—no refunds or exchanges.


In August of 2015, New York Theatre Workshop announced a new CheapTix program, which made all single tickets to the first two performances of every NYTW production available to the general public at $25.

With theatre ticket prices rising to the point of excluding many in our community from experiencing the power of inventive theatrical productions, NYTW is committed to ensuring access for as many in our community as possible. At the first two performances of every NYTW production, all single tickets will be available to the general public for just $25. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, online, by phone or in-person at the NYTW Box Office. Standard ticketing fees apply.

Additionally, a $25 CheapTix Rush for day-of tickets will be available for young people, seniors, artists and East Village and Lower East Side residents. Rush tickets are subject to availability and are sold cash-only at the box office, limit two per person. Proper identification is required for all rush tickets.

How do I prove my eligibility?

YOUNG PEOPLE (ages 25 and under)

Please show an ID that includes your date-of birth.

SENIORS (ages 65+)

Please show an ID that includes your date-of birth.


Please present an ID and a something that identifies your artistic pursuit—including but not limited to a program, union card or your website that showcases your work.


People who live or work in the Lower East Side or East Village may present an ID, piece of mail or business card that includes your address.