Student tickets are $10 but are only available at the ticket window at the Chopin Theatre up to one hour before the performance. Student tickets are RUSHONLY. They are only $10. Super cheap. Super amazing theatre. Win win. Students must bring a valid ID to the box office.
Group tickets are also available at discounted rates and must be purchased in advance. In order to qualify, your group must have more than 10 people. For more information about group bookings, prices, and extras please contact the Director of Guest Relations Justin Verstraete..
Talk-Backs and Workshops
The House can customize a workshop or provide an artist-hosted talk back after a performance for your school group or class. Learn more about The House’s collaborative process for devising new work directly from the artists themselves. For more information, contact us.
In recent years The House has worked with local universities and colleges to develop and produce new work.
This student incubation and development process has been an invaluable resource both for The House and for students involved in learning about our unique devising process.
If you are interested in bringing House artists to your college or university theater program, contact us.
On The House
On the House is The House’s unique community program which pairs individuals and groups from different communities together in an effort to fulfill our mission to “unite Chicago in the spirit of community through amazing feats of storytelling.”
How it Works
One-to-one ticket purchase
House patrons can donate the cost of one theater ticket ($25) when making their ticket purchase. This costs helps cover the admission price of another patron who, because of limited funds or transportation, would not otherwise have access to a House production.
Group ticket purchase
Organizations or groups purchasing tickets to a House performance can choose to donate the remainder of their discounted group rate ($10 per ticket) to On The House. Our director of community programming then uses these funds to bring a group from an underserved organization to see a House show — sometimes on the same night as your group outing.
On the House receives a small amount of funding from grants and individual and corporate giving. This limited budget allows us to subsidize the cost of unsold tickets at a performance — to fill those seats with On the House tickets, allowing individuals from communities without easy access to theater to enjoy our shows on a regular basis.
On the House Sponsors
The House works with the Chicago Trolley Company to provide affordable, safe and fun transportation for groups who cannot easily access House shows. A donation of $200 provides transportation for up to 35 people to the theater.