Pay Along the Way in the
2019-20 Season

Pick the shows you want now and pay later!


As a Pay Along the Way subscriber, you will enjoy a variety of exclusive benefits such as priority seating and hassle-free exchanges. Choose your own package from works by Residency 1 playwright Anna Deavere Smith, Legacy playwright Horton Foote and Residency 5 playwrights Katori Hall, Dominique Morisseau and Lauren Yee.

How it works

Pay the $35 per subscription fee now and your credit card will be charged $35 per ticket four weeks prior to the first performance of each show in your package.  

Subscriber Benefits

  • Flexible Performance Dates: Choose the date that works best for your schedule.
  • Priority Ordering and Seating: Subscribers order their tickets before tickets go on sale to the general public, guaranteeing the best seats in the house.
  • Hassle-Free Exchanges: Notify Ticket Services at least 48 hours before your performance date and we'll exchange your tickets to another date. Subject to availability.
  • Guest Tickets: Subscribers have access to $35 guest tickets during the initial run of productions. Subject to availability.
  • Invitations and Priority Access to Events: Enhance your experience by attending one of our popular post-show talkbacks or other special panels.
  • Discounts and Special Offers: Receive an exclusive 10% discount at the Signature Café + Bar and Signature Bookstore, plus other discounts and offers from local restaurants.

Have a question about pay along the way?

  • Call: (212) 244-7529 (Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 6pm)
  • Visit: 480 West 42nd Street (Between 9th and 10th Avenues)
  • Online: Click here


Choose Four, Five, or Six Plays

Fires in the Mirror
by Anna Deavere Smith
directed by Saheem Ali

Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 
by Anna Deavere Smith
directed by Taibi Magar

The Young Man from Atlanta
by Horton Foote 
directed by Michael Wilson

Cambodian Rock Band (NY Premiere)
by Lauren Yee  
directed by Chay Yew

The Hot Wing King (World Premiere)
by Katori Hall
directed by Steve H. Broadnax III

Confederates (NY Premiere)
by Dominique Morisseau 
directed by Kamilah Forbes

All playwright photos by Gregory Costanzo, except Horton Foote © Susan Johann.

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