Sunday, December 11, 2016

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Bring a Group of Youth to a Show


The Possibility Project produces four original musicals in New York City each year. Premiere performances are held at an Off-Broadway theatre in Manhattan or Brooklyn in the spring and fall.

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TICKETING INFORMATION

GROUP PRICING:
Tickets are available on a sliding scale. Full price is $10 per ticket (includes anyone 13-19 yrs, and chaperons), but schools and organizations that have limited recreation budgets can select from a range of per-ticket prices, from $2 to $10 ea.

*We do have a limited number of complimentary tickets for organizations who do not have a Recreation Budget. You can request complimentary tickets through the ticketing form at the link below, and you’ll receive an email shortly informing you whether we are able to approve your request.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

IS THERE AN AGE REQUIREMENT?
Yes. Because of the sensitive nature of some storylines in the show, we require all audience members to be at least 13 years of age (no babies or small children, please!). Attendees should be capable of handling scenes that may be considered emotionally intense. There are no exceptions to this age policy.

WHAT IF SOME OF MY PEOPLE DON’T SHOW UP?
There are no refunds for unused tickets.

HOW DO I PICK UP MY TICKETS?
All tickets are held at the theatre’s box office on the night of the show. Groups should plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the performance begins in order to pick up their tickets and find seats. Please arrive together.


Upcoming Performances

This December, we will premiere a new original musical “Anthem” featuring our Youth Justice Cast.

About the Show: What does it take to write a great song? That’s the challenge facing DJ, a talented young musician trying to make his way in NYC. As he struggles to capture the truth of his experience in song, he begins to notice the world around him in a different way. How can he express what he is witnessing as he watches his peers suffering from poverty, violence, inequity, and confinement? Does music have a place in this world? Is his pursuit meaningless or can he find a way to compose a song that will really matter?

“ANTHEM” Performances:
Wednesday, Dec 14th @ 7:30pm
Thursday, Dec 15th @ 7:30pm
Friday, Dec 16th @ 7:30pm
Saturday, Dec 17th @ 7:30pm

The West Side Y – Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater
10 W 64th St.
New York, NY 10023

*All audience members must be at least 13 years old. No small children or babies will be admitted under any circumstances.

GROUP TICKET REQUEST FORM

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