How do I contact ISSUE Project Room?
For general inquiries contact 718-330-0313 or email@example.com.
Where are ISSUE's offices?
ISSUE's office address is located at 1000 Dean Street #208 Brooklyn, NY 11238.
Where is ISSUE's Theater?
ISSUE's Theater address is 22 Boerum Place Brooklyn, NY 11201.
Where do I buy tickets?
Advance tickets can be purchased online via Brown Paper Tickets. Find ticket links on individual event pages. Presales end 4 hours before showtime. Tickets are available at the door unless the event is marked "Sold Out".
Is there a service charge on tickets?
There is a small per-ticket service fee (usually under $2) on all credit card purchases online and in-person.
What time should I arrive?
Performances begin at the posted time for each show, doors open 30 minutes prior to the performance. Late entry is permitted between sets.
What shows does my All-Access Membership get me in to?
All-Access and Collector complimentary tickets provided for general concerts $25 and below. Restrictions apply for benefits and special events. Individual event pages indicate "All-Access" beside ticket prices.
Do I need to be 21+ to attend?
All ISSUE Project Room performances are all ages.
Are student discounts available?
Student rush tickets are available for all shows, unless sold out, 30 minutes prior to showtime with a valid student ID. Student Members ($25) get an online ticket discount code and advance sales for special events.
How can I use a Free Ticket Card?
Free ticket cards come with ISSUE Memberships, and can be used for entry to general concerts $15 and below. Does not include admission to benefits/special events. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve seats in advance.
Is ISSUE accessible?
All venues are accessible. Please contact ISSUE in advance of the performance at 718-330-0313 to arrange use of the elevator at ISSUE's Theater.
ISSUE Project Room benefits from generous public funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl, the New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, the Brooklyn Delegation of the New York City Council with Council Member Stephen T. Levin and the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams.
Additional private support is provided by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music Inc., Amphion Foundation, Andrew Mellon Foundation, Annenberg Foundation, Arnow Family Fund, Arts Council of the Southern Fingerlakes, Asian Cultural Council, Atlantic Philanthropies, Barbara Lee Family Foundation, Robert D. Bielecki Foundation, Casement Fund, David Bermant Foundation, O.P. & W.E. Edwards Foundation Arts Fund, French American Cultural Exchange, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Howard Gilman Foundation, James E. Robison Foundation, Japan Foundation NY, Jerome Foundation, Lehman Foundation, mediaThe foundation, Mike Kelley Foundation, New Music USA, Royal Norwegian Consulate General, Netherland-America Foundation, Peter Norton Family Foundation, and The Golden Rule Foundation as well as numerous individual supporters.