College of Fine Arts Membership
Become a CFA Member by calling the Box Office at 617-933-8600. Available now through December 2016.
Experience the innovative talent of the next generation of theatre, music, and visual artists when you purchase a CFA Membership! A $25 season membership entitles your entire household to half-price tickets to all College of Fine Arts ticketed events at the BU Theatre, the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and Symphony Hall. Events include those produced by CFA School of Theatre, School of Music, Opera Institute, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and Boston Center for American Performance. 100% of your Membership will support the College’s educational and outreach initiatives.
2016-2017 Season Titles*
- Fringe Festival 2016 | Oct 14-28
- Baltimore by Kirsten Greenidge | Oct 21
- The Scarlet Letter and Romeo & Juliet | Oct 22-23
- BU Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall | Nov 21 and Apr 4
- A Five-Play Series from our MFA Playwriting Students
- The Cradle Will Rock by Marc Blitzstein | Dec 13-18
- The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov | Dec 14-18
- ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore by John Ford | Feb 18-25
- Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare | Feb 22-26
- Emmeline, an opera by Tobias Picker | Feb 23-26
- Le Nozze Di Figaro by Mozart and Da Ponte | Apr 20-23
- Tiger at the Gates by Jean Giraudoux | May 3-7
- The Labyrinth of Desire by Caridad Svich | May 4-7
* Dates and titles subject to change.
Highlights from our 2015-2016 CFA Membership season:
All images courtesy of Kalman Zabarsky.
Additional Membership Benefits
- Membership in the StageSource “Circle of Friends,” providing CFA members with an opportunity to purchase two-for-one tickets from 50 Boston-area arts organizations,
- Three, mailed issues of the College’s SPARK publication and calendar,
- A subscription to our CFA Membership e-newsletter,
- Discounted tickets to the Boston Center for American Performance and New Repertory Theatre co-productions of CP Taylor’s Good and Bertolt Brecht’s Brecht on Brecht, arranged by George Tabori from various translations, playing at Watertown’s Arsenal Center for the Arts,
- And invitations to attend exclusive events, including Q&As with BU College of Fine Arts alumni and friends.