For plays, ticket prices* are typically as follows:

Adult Senior (62+) Student
$35 $25 $10

Playwrights’ Pass holders receive discounted rates on tickets and other benefits. Get yours today!

*Please note: The prices above are for plays produced by Boston Playwrights’ Theatre; theatre companies that use our space as a venue have their own pricing structures.

Purchase Tickets to BPT Productions

Boston Playwrights’ Theatre productions include Eat Your Young, Sävë thë Whälës, etc., OTP, Jado Jehad, Alligator-a-Phobia in 3D!, and Boston Theater Marathon XXV.

Purchase Tickets to Visiting Productions

BPT hosts a number of visiting productions. Tickets to those events can be purchased by clicking the button above.

Purchasing Tickets

Tickets for our performances are sold through OvationTix. You can purchase tickets online by:

  1. Selecting the performance you are interested in from the calendar.
  2. Selecting the number of tickets you would like to purchase.

If you have questions, please call BPT’s administrative office (617-353-5443) or email us at newplays [at]

Circle of Friends and Group Sales

For questions about Circle of Friends and group ticket orders, please contact Box Office Manager K. Alexa Mavromatis at kamavrom [at]

Playwrights Welcome

Playwrights Welcome is a program created to provide free access to theatre for theatre writers around the country. Developed for the Dramatists Guild of America members, the national ticketing initiative was created by Samuel French, a Concord Theatricals company, along with input from other publishing and licensing houses. For more information on this national program, please click here.

To receive a ticket through Playwrights Welcome at our theater, simply identify yourself to Box Office staff and if we have an unsold ticket, we’ll give you one. Easy as that! Please note that writers must present their Dramatists Guild membership card when requesting a ticket. Our Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain time.

[IMPORTANT: BPT’s Playwrights Welcome policy only applies to our own season of new plays; visiting theatres—who use BPT as a venue—have their own Box Office policies.]

For more information on this national program, and to learn which theaters around the country are involved, please visit