Join us for the Season for just $45


Season Membership

Membership Price: $45

Customers may purchase up to 4 individual memberships


The best seats in the house are yours—just say when! Patrons get the most flexibility with concierge-style ticket booking, exclusive access to new projects, invitations to special events, and more.

JOIN & SAVE Our 2022-23 Season brings bold, new drama to the stage, so we’re going bold and new with an updated membership plan.

The 2022-23 Season Membership replaces traditional subscriptions with more flexibility and savings! A one-time fee will give each member access to discounted tickets, companion tickets, priority sales, and no service or exchange fees. You can choose the shows you want to see on the performance dates that work with your schedule. Or exchange for another date at no additional cost, if plans change. We’re working on additional benefits like exclusive members-only events, and discounts on area restaurants and parking. We’ll share the full list of benefits before the start of the 2022-23 Season.


A one-time fee of just $45 gets you so much more!

Guaranteed One discounted regular ticket to each production in the 2022-23 season.

Book Early Purchase tickets two weeks before the general public.

Real Savings No additional ticket fees on member tickets.

Upgrade Purchase a premium seat for just an additional $15 per ticket.

Bring a Friend One discounted companion ticket available during the pre-sale period for each member ticket purchased.**

Flexibility No exchange fees.*** 

Loyalty Rewards Added savings on tickets when you see all three productions this season. 

And more! Special member events. Discounts on restaurants and parking. We’ll share the full list of benefits before the 2022-23 Season.


QUESTIONS? You can email or call 917-935-4242. Our current box office hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 12PM – 5PM. Closed Friday-Monday.

WHAT’S ON IN 2022-2023

Written by Will Arbery
Directed by Danya Taymor

Pulitzer Prize finalist Will Arbery confronts humanity’s darkest fears with​ surreal humor, warmth, and the fortitude of municipal public servants in this play about climate and change.


Written 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.



Written by Diane Exavier
Directed by Dominique Rider

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.


The New Group Off Stage brings innovative theatrical projects straight to your home! Celebrating work at the intersection of art, multimedia, and social engagement, Off Stage showcases some of today’s most compelling storytellers through web series, feature films, audio plays, and more.

See What's Off Stage

*minimum savings of $8.00 per member ticket.

**Each companion ticket will include a $6 service fee and $2 facility fee.

***approximate savings of $5.00 per ticket exchange. Companion ticket may also be upgraded at this same price. 

Dates, programming and artists subject to change. Individual production pricing subject to change. Member tickets are not eligible for booking into premium seats and are not guaranteed after the priority booking period ends. Tickets are not transferrable to other productions in the season. During the priority booking period, members can only access tickets included with their membership. No additional full price tickets can be purchased until single tickets go on sale. Exchanges valid only for the same production and subject to availability. All sales are final.

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.