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Wharton Center Subscribers

Each of us has a story. At Wharton Center, we offer experiences that will add to your story. 

Wharton Center is pleased to reannounce our 20-21 Season. Though this year is different than we expected, we are excited to share our reimagined 20-21 line-up and new virtual opportunities.

As a subscriber, we encourage you to review the updated information and share with us your preference for moving forward. Thank you for your commitment to Wharton Center during this challenging time for our world.

 

Subscriber Options

As a 20-21 season subscriber, you have options for moving forward with your subscription package. 

1. Continue with your subscription and receive tickets to the remaining events you purchased.

  • If you select this option, you can choose what to do with the refund you will receive for the canceled events. Options include donating the refunds to the Wharton Center Relief Fund, receiving a gift card in the amount of the refund, or receiving a refund in the method you originally paid with.

2. Cancel your 20-21 subscription and decline tickets to any remaining events.

  • If you select this option, you can choose what to do with the refund you receive for the entire subscription package. Options include donating the refunds to the Wharton Center Relief Fund, receiving a gift card in the amount of the refund, or receiving a refund in the method you originally paid with.

If you have questions please contact the Ticket Office at 1-800-WHARTON.

Broadway

Broadway at Wharton Center supported by MSU Federal Credit Union includes Cats, Disney's Frozen, and Pretty Woman.

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Performing Arts

Featuring intriguing theatre, transformative classical music, hot & smokey jazz, and eclectic variety events. 

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FAQs about the Wharton Center Reimagined 2020-2021 Season

How do I make Wharton Center aware of my plans moving forward with my remaining subscription?

When you are ready to move forward with your preferences for the 20-21 season, fill out this form.

 

Those requesting to continue with their subscription order will be seated within their priority following the original date/time stamp their subscription order was received. Please do not submit a new order. Seating with Priority 1 is set to begin on September 28. If continuing with your subscription, original subscription pricing remains the same.

 

Requests for your entire subscription to be donated, issued to a gift card, or refunded will be processed immediately.

How will Wharton Center distribute season tickets?

Wharton Center will be utilizing mobile tickets for the 20-21 season. Mobile tickets will provide a safe and contactless environment for our patrons. Mobile ticketing also provides:

          -Quick and easy entry to performances using your mobile phone or smart device

          -Instant access to all your season tickets

          -Reduced risk of lost, stolen, counterfeit, or forgotten tickets

If I choose not to purchase a subscription for the 20-21 season, will I forfeit my subscription history?

While we hope you return as a subscriber to our 20-21 reimagined season, we understand if you do not feel comfortable attending live events. We are happy to honor your subscription history/priority status if you choose not to subscribe this season.

What if a subscriber does not feel comfortable attending a performance due to illness or safety concerns?

As always, you, our staff, and artists are our top priority. If you are ill and unable to make it to a performance, reach out to the Ticket Office at least three days in advance of the performance date for a refund or exchange (pending availability).

What happens if a performance is canceled during the 20/21 season?

We remain hopeful that cancelations will not take place, but if it does happen, subscribers and donors will have the option to receive a full refund, make a donation to Wharton Center’s Relief Fund or exchange their tickets for future events. Please refer to our ticket policies for events that proceed as scheduled.

What information is Wharton Center using to determine if it is safe to gather for performances again?

The health and safety of our patrons, artists, and staff is our top priority. Wharton Center continues to engage in conversations to ensure that we protect all who visit our center. This includes following the direction of Michigan State University, the State of Michigan, and CDC guidelines.

What safety precautions will Wharton Center implement this season?

Wharton Center continues to engage in conversations to ensure that we protect all who visit our center. This includes following the direction of Michigan State University, the State of Michigan, and CDC guidelines. We are also in constant communication with scheduled artists and colleagues in the theatre industry, sharing best practice information.

 

We commit to keeping patrons informed as additional safety measures are implemented or planned. Review the Wharton Center Patron Safety Protocols for the most up-to-date list of safety measures we are looking into.

 

Read Michigan State University's Community Compact.

Is Wharton Center considering live streaming performances or offering virtual performances?

We are currently scheduling virtual performances from artist’s homes and will release that schedule soon. Live streaming of 20-21 performances from Wharton Center is still under review.

How can we help Wharton Center through these times?

Continuing your subscription package for the 20-21 season will show your commitment to Wharton Center and help us continue to provide the best in performing arts throughout the year.

Private support is also more important than ever to stem the current loss and help Wharton Center meet the challenges of recovery in the year ahead as we continue to seek high-quality artists for future performances and keep Wharton Center running.

If you choose not to subscribe this season or purchase a smaller package, please consider an additional donation to mitigate the financial impact. Generous donations will allow Wharton Center to continue enriching our community with education and engagement programs.

GIve to Wharton Center’s Relief Fund

If I have not yet purchased a subscription, can I still buy one?

Yes. Please fill out the interest form here https://whartonforms.wufoo.com/forms/r1gprh3g1jr0r2d/.


Discounts not applicable to all events. Savings are in comparison to public individual ticket prices and vary by day of the week. Some limitations apply.

All ticket prices listed include a $4.50 Facility Fee per ticket. Performances, dates, times, programming, and prices are subject to change. All sales are final.