Announcing Wharton Center's 2021-2022 Season
It has been a long time.
We have missed sharing the excitement of live performing arts with you. We have missed hearing the sound of an enthusiastic crowd filling our theatres. We have missed you!
It is almost time, almost time to welcome you back to Wharton Center, and we have a line-up of fantastic performances to share with you. The 21-22 season will present new stories, bring back old favorites and introduce you to fascinating talent. We hope you are as excited about the 21-22 season as we are.
Wharton Center has moved to a digital season brochure and subscription order form.
As always, the best way to experience events this coming season is by becoming a Wharton Center season subscriber. Subscribers receive benefits that include significant discounts, priority seating, access to the best seats before shows go on sale to the general public, especially important this season with the return of Hamilton, special ticket flexibility, a special subscriber discount card, and more.
We are all accustomed to changes now, and there may be more to come that will affect our 21 season or new 21-22 season. As always, we are committed to keeping you informed and safe.
Live performance brings us together as a community, and we cannot wait to have you back at Wharton Center.
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.
Photo Credits: HAMILTON And Peggy National Tour Company, © Joan Marcus; Alicia Olatuja, Photo Credit Denika Peniston; National Touring Company of Mean Girls, © 2019 Joan Marcus; Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan, Credit Paul Stuart; The cast of AIN'T TOO PROUD, Photo by Matthew Murphy; BODYTRAFFIC, Credit Rory Doyle; Original Broadway Cast of Hadestown. Credit: Matthew Murphy; Ballet Hispanico, Photo Credit Hayim Heron.