Our plays are complex. Our subscriptions are simple.
It’s a new day for subscriptions at InterAct. We’ve radically simplified our options to bring you our best prices and benefits for a full season of theatre that speaks to what is happening in the world right now.
All Four Shows — Up to 30% off single ticket prices
Get your subscription by June 30, and for the best rates and your preferred dates. No subscription fees; the price you see is the price you pay. Prices go up July 1.
Opening Night $160
Senior Subscriptions $105
InterAct Subscribers get some of the best subscription benefits in the city:
• Experience Producing Artistic Director Seth Rozin’s vision for the full season
• Deepen your experience with InterAct Insider, a new behind-the-scenes look at what we do, made just for you
• Enjoy early seating before the general public — secure the best seats available.
• Invite a friend to join you with an InterAct Buddy Pass
• Get a 20% discount on additional tickets, so you can share InterAct with even more friends
• Enjoy unlimited and priority ticket exchanges — if the date is available, it’s yours. You’ll pay no fees, just a difference in price if it applies.
... And additional benefits we’ll be announcing just for our subscribers!
Unpredictable schedule? We get it.
That’s why we’ve got InterFlex 4Packs. Use your passes at any performance (excluding Opening Night) in any combination, and still get subscriber benefits. Buy packs of 4 by June 30 for just $130.
In school? In show business?
We’ve got you covered, too. Buy a Student/Industry Subscription for $60, and you’ll avoid single ticket fees, get in on our subscriber benefits and see the new plays you love (excludes Opening Night).
These are our best deals of the year. Subscribe now and spend the season with InterAct!
You know you’re going to see a season of new plays, showing the human side of the social, political and cultural debates that animate our lives, presented by first-rate artists with lively post-show discussions that go deep beneath the surface.
OUR 2019 - 2020 SEASON!
EUREKA DAY by Jonathan Spector
An exceptional play… laugh-out-loud funny, yet with an intelligent and introspective perspective. – Berkleyside
October 25 – November 17, 2019
At Eureka Day School in Berkeley, all decisions are made by consensus and diversity of opinion is valued. But when a mumps outbreak hits the school, it turns out that not everyone in this conscious community has the same definition of social justice. Now the board of parent-directors must confront one of the central questions of our time: how do you find consensus when you can’t agree on the facts?
MAN OF GOD by Anna Moench
A captivatingly creepy comedy. – Los Angeles Times
January 24 – February 16, 2020
Four Korean-American teenage girls are on a Christian mission in the Red Light district of Bangkok, Thailand. They have very different attitudes, and they made this trip for very different reasons. But when one of them discovers a hidden camera in their hotel bathroom, they are unified in imagining ghastly revenge on the person (or persons) spying on them. Inspired by a true story, Moench’s dark comedy MAN OF GOD explores just how invasive, pervasive and perverse the male gaze can be.
THE NICETIES by Eleanor Burgess
Provocative and blisteringly smart. – The Boston Globe
March 27 – April 19, 2020
When a renowned history professor, Janine, and her brilliant student, Zoe, don’t see eye to eye on Zoe’s thesis about the role slavery played in the American revolution, their conversation unexpectedly careens off course—and threatens to derail their careers, their lives and the status quo. Two extraordinary women square off in a high-stakes debate over race, power, and who gets the final word on how history is written.
STEAL HER BONES by Thomas Gibbons
A world premiere from the mind behind PERMANENT COLLECTION and UNCANNY VALLEY
May 29 – June 21, 2020
Who was Diana Goodwin? The public knows her as a celebrated scientist and an outspoken atheist. For over two decades, Ellen has known her as a lover, a life partner and a best friend. But after Diana’s death, theologian Martin Banks claims to have met with her in her final days and witnessed her acceptance of the existence of God. Now Ellen must choose whether to grieve her great love in private or engage in public battle over what Diana truly believed. STEAL HER BONES dramatizes the age-old conflict between reason and faith, while exploring a deeper mystery: who owns our legacy after we’re gone?