The cheapest way to see THE SEAGULL/WOODSTOCK, NY and BERNARDA’S DAUGHTERS. Pay once and your done. 



  • One discounted companion ticket with every membership.
  • Priority Booking weeks before the general public.
  • Early purchase of additional tickets at the regular price.
  • A premium seat upgrade for only $15.


Members who haven’t seen a show this season can upgrade to a Season Pass for just $50 (That’s a 50% savings!). Contact us via this form and our box office will be in touch.

Members who have seen Evanston Salt Costs Climbing or The Seagull/Woodstock, NY are automatically enrolled in the new plan!

  • Book your tickets for The Seagull/Woodstock, NY HERE.
  • Book your tickets for Bernarda’s Daughters HERE.


Our Season Pass Membership offer ends Friday, March 31. Grab a pass today!



  • $99 gets you tickets for the rest of season! That’s a savings of 35% 

Get one ticket to each of our two remaining 2022-23 productions: The Seagull/ Woodstock, NY and Bernarda’s Daughters plus all the benefits of our Season Membership.


Patrons receive the best seats in the house, concierge priority booking, and exclusive invitations to special events. Want to join us on opening night, or receive special production credit?

JOIN TODAY and just say when! Benefits start at just $250.

Our $99 Season Pass gets you:

See the Season One ticket to each of our two remaining 2022-23 productions: The Seagull/Woodstock, NY and Bernarda’s Daughters.

Book Early  Grab your seats at least two weeks before the general public.

Real Savings No additional ticket fees on member tickets.*

Bring a Friend One discounted companion ticket for each production per subscriber.*

Upgrade Purchase a premium seat for just $15

Flexibility No exchange fees.* 

And more! We’ll share more benefits throughout the season.



QUESTIONS? You can email or call 917-935-4242. Emails and Voice Messages are checked daily. Our current box office hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 1PM – 6PM. Closed Friday – Monday.

WHAT’S ON IN 2022-2023

by Thomas Bradshaw
adapted from Chekhov
directed by Scott Elliott

Thomas Bradshaw‘s modern take on this tragicomic classic brings fresh, fun emphasis to Chekhov‘s sharp satirical eye for the self-absorption and emotional volatility of ambitious artists.



by Diane Exavier
directed by Dominique Rider
a co-production with Black National Theatre

Amid gentrifying construction, street protests and a sweltering summer in Flatbush, debut playwright Diane Exavier creates a sensual and entrancing portrait of a family at a crossroads, freely inspired by Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba.


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Customers may purchase up to 4 individual membership packages

* Companion tickets will include a $6.00 processing fee and $2.00 facility fee. | Companion ticket discounts may vary for each production. Companion tickets may be purchased during the pre-sale period. | Members will save $5 per ticket when purchasing at the Premium Ticket price. | Members may exchange tickets free-of-charge up to 24 hours before the originally scheduled performance (pending availability). This courtesy can be utilized two times per patron, and exchanges requested within 24 hours cannot be accommodated. Members may also exchange any tickets purchased with their membership ticket free-of-charge.

Dates, programming and artists subject to change. Individual production pricing subject to change. Member tickets are not guaranteed after the priority booking period ends. Tickets are not transferrable to other productions in the season. Performances for all productions in the 2022-23 season will take place at The Pershing Square Signature Center (480 West 42nd Street).

Generous support for The New Group is provided by The Shubert Foundation and The Howard Gilman Foundation.


The New Group’s productions are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


The New Group’s productions are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.