Al Miller, Theater Project’s artistic director
Unusual new pricing designed to get more people into seats
New pricing is designed to get more people into seats at the Theater Project.

BRUNSWICK – The Theater Project will begin a new ticket policy with its all-new “Winter Cabaret,” opening Friday, Jan. 23, at 8 p.m. All tickets for all performances at The Theater Project will be “pay-what-you-want.”

Al Miller, the Theater Project’s artistic director, said, “Ticket receipts never support a theater. They help. We want people to come see our shows, and we don’t want them to stay away because they can’t afford the tickets.’

Frank Wicks, its managing director says, “We offer pay-what-you-want so everyone can afford to come. We will also be recommending a price so audiences will know what to pay if they can. We recommend $6 for our Family Fun Series and our production class shows; $10 for our Young Company, family and community productions; and $15 for our company professional ensemble productions, such as the upcoming ‘Winter Cabaret.'”

Wicks said, “It’s like having a permanent season pass: You can attend as often as you’d like; reserve seats of your choice; organize theater parties, and introduce a friend to The Theater Project for free! I think this will help us reach our goal of building audiences and filling all the seats in the theater.”

The “Winter Cabaret” will play at The Theater Project, 14 School St., from Friday, Jan. 23, until Sunday, Feb. 8. Performances are 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, plus two Sunday matinees, at 2 p.m. on Feb. 1 and Feb. 8. To reserve a cafe table or regular seats, people can call 729-8584. Desserts are provided by Humble Gourmet and coffee by Bohemian Coffee House.


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