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Making Tickets Accessible to All Is a Goal for Arts Organizations

With inflation on the rise, tickets to performing arts events can be steep. It can cost hundreds of dollars for a ticket to a Broadway show. Getting into a performance of New York City Ballet's The Nutcracker can go as high as $305 for prime seats.

While prices don't reach those levels for locally-based professional theater, music, and dance events, arts administrators are aware that tickets are out of reach for a sector of the population. Several organizations including McCarter Theatre, American Repertory Ballet (ARB), Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO), and State Theatre New Jersey (STNJ) are addressing the situation with special discounts, programs, and initiatives designed to make their offerings accessible to a wider audience.

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