Season Subscribers are members of our great, big ever-growing Wheelock family!
Subscribers save 20% over the regular ticket prices for the best seats to the best shows. Where else can you see professional theatre at such affordable prices? As a WFT Season Subscriber, you move to the head of the line when ordering your dates of attendance. Prefer Central Orchestra or Front Mezzanine? WFT staff will always try to secure your favorite seats. Surprise visitors staying over? Subscriber guest tickets can be purchased at a discount. Scheduling snafus? Date exchanges are handled at no additional cost. Want to know how to talk to your child about one of our shows? WFT Study Guides are free and emailed to you directly.
Additionally Season Subscribers are given a free Circle of Friends card (good for two for one tickets at more than 75 participating theatres) and offered discounted prices at our 2015 Special Event (The Taste of Sunrise March 13-22, 2015). Subscribe early (before June 30) and we’ll offer your family a special gift; a free ticket coupon (one for each subscription purchased). Use these free tickets for any show, for sudden guests and relatives, or group them together as a gift and introduce new families to the wonders of WFT.
A Season Subscription will give you one ticket for each mainstage production: Alice, Pinocchio, and Shrek the Musical. Order a Season Subscription for each member of the Family!
Wheelock Family Theatre is a professional, non-profit theatre associated with Actor’s Equity, the union of professional actors and stage managers. Located on the campus of Wheelock College, Wheelock Family Theatre seeks to improve the lives of children and families through the shared experience of live theatre.
Since 1981, Wheelock Family Theatre has interpreted every production in American Sign Language for patrons who are deaf. WFT was one of the first theatres in the country to audio-describe productions for patrons who are blind and the first to open caption all performances for patrons who are hard of hearing. WFT was instrumental in introducing these services and new technologies to other professional theatres in Boston. Access is not limited to our audiences—actors who are blind, deaf, and physically disabled are given unprecedented performance opportunities on our stage.