Student Discounts

Student Discounts

ISSUE offers a number of discount opportunities to students and educational institutions.


Student Rush Tickets

ISSUE offers student rush tickets for all regularly priced shows.* Student tickets are available in-person only at our box-office 30 minutes prior to showtime. A valid student ID must be presented.

Tickets can also be purchased during office hours by appointment only, Monday-Friday 12-5pm— call 718-330-0313.


Student Memberships

To purchase tickets online, ISSUE offers a Student Membership. Available with a fully tax-deductible donation of $25, Memberships can be purchased at our box office with a valid student ID.

Benefits include:
- Two complimentary tickets (for events priced $15 and below)
- Online discount code for advance ticket purchases


Institutional Discounts

ISSUE offers tiered discount pricing to educational institutions, with a purchase of 10 or more tickets. Group sale tickets are available for select performances, with discounts of 35% or more.

To purchase group tickets or to learn more about our institutional rates, please contact:

Eve Essex, Marketing and Outreach Director
(646) 651-4599
eve@issueprojectroom.org



*Discounted admission provided to general concerts. Does not include benefit events.

Event

Littoral

The Mad and The Bad

Thu, September 18, 2014 - 8:00pm

David Georgi, James Hoff, Jason Napoli-Brooks, Luc Sante and Donald Nicholson-Smith read from recent translations of important historic crime novels, poetry, and political writing, as well as contemporary pulp genre experiments that celebrate all forms of deviation, criminality and antisocial sentiments.

Minor Musics Japan opens with Ché-Shizu, an improv-folk group led by Chie Mukai. Since 1981 they have recontextualized folk instruments and electronics in spontaneous actions that are lyrical, compelling, and endearingly unpolished. Mukai also plays duo with LLILW GRAY, alias of No-Neck Blues Band's Keith Connolly.

Chie Mukai leads an improvisation workshop, sharing experiences from thirty years of site-specific performance and improvisation. This workshop continues a teaching practice begun in 2001, it is free and open to 25 practitioners of sound and movement (RSVP required), and also to an audience of observers.