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3 Day Sale

Our Boldest Sale of the Year

DEC 06 – 08

ALL ticket prices
SLASHED IN HALF!

It’s here! Our boldest sale of the year arrives just in time for the holidays, perfect for gift giving or planning a lasting experience you’ll share with a loved one at one of our incredible upcoming productions. From December 06 – 08, you have access to our entire 2022/23 Season at a deep discount.

The rules are simple: 50% off ALL SHOWS. That’s it. The only tricky thing will be deciding which shows to choose!

*Discount automatically available during seat selection. Use the 3DAYSALE22 option to save 50% off Full Price tickets to all 22/23 ArtsEmerson theatre presentations including Frankenstein, Shadows Cast, And So We Walked, and Nehanda. Please note, Made in China 2.0 and Cointelshow are both Pick Your Price offerings without a designated Full Price. No limits. Offer valid Dec 06-08, 2022 only.

 

Choose Your Adventures




Feb 01–12, 2023

Made in China 2.0

Feb 22–26, 2023

Frankenstein

Mar 08–12, 2023

Cointelshow

A Patriot Act

Mar 30–Apr 02, 2023

Shadows Cast

Apr 26–30, 2023

And So We Walked

May 17–21, 2023

Nehanda

EMERSON PARAMOUNT CENTER

559 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02111

The Paramount is home to three entertainment spaces. Amenities include light food and beverages, accessible seating, and accessible restrooms.

ROBERT J. ORCHARD STAGE

This carefully restored Art Deco cinema palace evokes the thrill of American cinema’s Golden Age while hosting world-class performing artists.

JACKIE LIEBERGOTT BLACK BOX

With just 150 seats, this space offers a flexible, intimate environment for artists to envision their own worlds and create unique experiences for audiences.

BRIGHT FAMILY SCREENING ROOM

A venue for both film and live performance, this space features 16 millimeter, 35 millimeter and digital projection equipment with seating for 170 people.

EMERSON CUTLER MAJESTIC THEATRE

219 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON, MA 02116

Built in 1903 and beautifully restored by Emerson College, this historic landmark and “palace of the people” showcases first-class performing arts in an exquisite 1,200-seat auditorium. Amenities include concessions, accessible seating, and accessible restrooms.