How to Subscribe

How to Subscribe

New subscribers:
Purchase subscriptions online below or call 202.362.3606 X605, Monday – Friday 10AM-4PM.

Renewing subscribers:
Please use the form that is sent by mail. There is no online renewal form for this season.

  • By phone: Monday – Friday 10AM-4PM – 202.362.3606 X605
  • With your form via scan/email: subscriptions@washingtonballet.org
  • With your form via fax: 202.362.1311
  • With your form via mail: Subscriptions, 3515 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016

View the 2018.19 Season Brochure

Purchase a Subscription*

Four Show Subscription – Save Up to 20% 

Includes all four mainstage performances
New Subscribers Only:

Prefer ordering by phone, email, mail or fax? Download the 2018.19 Subscription PDF.

Family Series Subscription – Save Up to 15%
Includes The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty

Prefer ordering by phone, email, mail or fax? Download the 2018.19 Family Series Subscription PDF.

All Subscribers Receive:

  • FREE performance ticket exchanges
  • 10% discount on additional mainstage and The Nutcracker tickets

Click Here for information on View seating sections / price levels

Enhance your experience: Become a Donor!

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2018.19 Season

The Washington Ballet’s 2018.19 Season!

Our 2018.19 season builds upon our progress, continuing to pursue our aspirations as the ballet company of our nation’s capital.

The 2018.19 season will bring to our stage highlights from previous seasons, important modern masterworks of the 20th century, a refreshed full-length classical favorite and an evening that supports rising choreographers who will propel ballet forward into the 21st century.

Our season will include performances at the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater and Harman Center, and we will continue to present our beloved production of The Nutcracker at the historic Warner Theatre, showcasing the talents of many children from our school.

Programs

TWB Welcomes: An evening of celebrated guest artists from the dance world performing with our company at the personal invitation of Artistic Director Julie Kent in a program of past and present season highlights.

Contemporary Masters: Continuing our “Masters” theme, we present works from iconic American modern dance choreographers Mark Morris, Merce Cunningham, and Paul Taylor that display their unique contributions to American dance.

The Sleeping BeautyCalling on the depth of the experience of Artistic Director Julie Kent and Associate Artistic Director Victor Barbee, they will re-stage and contribute additional choreography in a production of this ultimate classic, highlighting the growing talent within our company and featuring dancers from our school.

Three World Premieres: Celebrating the creative process, our annual evening of new works that supports the artistic development of both choreographers and dancers and satisfies our audience’s passion for TWB ingenuity.

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Single Tickets

Single Ticket Availability Information:

Tickets are also available at each venue’s box office (you may enjoy reduced fees for in-person sales).

Order Single Tickets by Phone:

  • Kennedy Center: 202.467.4600
  • Warner Theatre: 202.397.7328
  • Harman Center: 202.547.1122

All programs and artists subject to change without notice.

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Subscriber FAQ

I’m a subscriber and am waiting for season tickets. When should I expect information?

A welcome packet with information about the season and details about tickets was mailed at the end of August. If you do not have your packet, please call us at 202.362.3606 X605 (Mon-Fri 10AM-4PM) or send an email to subscriptions@washingtonballet.org.

How do I renew my subscription?

Your renewal form and a season brochure was mailed in mid-April. You may renew by mail (3515 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20016) or by calling 202.362.3606 X605 (Mon-Fri 10AM-4PM) or by scanning/emailing your form and payment to subscriptions@washingtonballet.org.  There are no online renewals for the 2018.19 season.

How do I become a subscriber?

Call TWB Subscription Services at 202.362.3606 x605. A free season brochure is available. Simply email subscriptions@washingtonballet.org with your mailing address to request one, or view our online version.

If the season has already started, can I still purchase a subscription?

Yes, pro-rated subscriptions, or Choose-Your-Own (three mainstage productions) are available for the remaining productions in a season. Please call 202.362.3606 x605 for more information. Note that the Thursday Evening series if the most popular series by far.

I am not a subscriber but I still want to buy a ticket. How do I do that?

Single tickets to mainstage performances are on sale on venue websites and their box offices.

I cannot locate the seating section I want via the online subscription process. What can I do?

Call TWB Subscription Services at 202.362.3606 x605 and we will discuss with you updated subscription availability options.

When I place my order, why can’t I immediately find out where my seats are?

To ensure privacy and fairness to everyone who subscribes, we are unable to quote seat locations. Because orders and seating requests are taken while others are being processed, it is not possible to give accurate information on seat availability. Additionally, current subscribers may elect to keep the same seats from one season to the next. These seats are placed on hold for a set period of time and require us to delay the seating of new subscribers.

How do I exchange my tickets?

Exchange your tickets online

Ticket exchanges are a subscriber benefit. Exchanges may be made within the same production for no fee. Tickets may be exchanged into another production for a $10 fee per ticket. Ticket exchanges need to be completed (by phone/webform/email/mail) by 12Noon on day-of-show (12Noon on Friday for all Friday-Sunday performances). Completed ticket exchanges will be confirmed by email or telephone. For more information, please call 202.362.3606 x605.

To exchange your tickets:

  • Call 202.362.3606 x605 Monday-Friday 10AM-4:30PM.
  • Scan and email your exchange request form to subscriptions@washingtonballet.org
  • Use the online exchange form.
  • Mail your request  to The Washington Ballet at 3515 Wisconsin Ave, NW Washington, DC 20016.

I lost my tickets. what do I do?

If you lose your tickets and are a subscriber, please call The Washington Ballet, Monday through Friday between 10AM and 4:30PM at 202.362.3606 x605, and we will reissue your tickets. The new tickets can be picked up at the venue’s Will Call window starting an hour before performance time; a valid ID to pick up your new tickets is required.

How can I purchase additional tickets?

Subscribers should call our Ticket Services Department, Monday through Friday between 10AM and 4:30PM at 202.362.3606 x605

  • For single tickets to productions at THEARC Theater, please call 202.362.3606 x605 or visit the show page for the proper link.
  • For single tickets to productions at The Warner Theatre for non-Subscribers, please call 202.397.SEAT or visit www.ticketmaster.com
  • For single tickets to productions at The Harman Center for non-Subscribers, please call 202.547.1122 or visit www.shakespearetheatre.org
  • For single tickets to productions at The Kennedy Center for non-Subscribers, please call 202.467.4600 or visit www.kennedy-center.org

I want to donate my tickets. How do I do that?

TWB Subscribers are able to donate tickets. All performance ticket donations must be received by 12 Noon on the day of scheduled performance (12 Noon on Friday for any Friday-Sunday performance). To donate your tickets for a tax-deductible gift, please call 202.362.3606 x605 Monday-Friday 10AM-4:30PM. You can also email your request to donate them to subscriptions@washingtonballet.org, fax your request to donate them to 202.362.1311, use the online exchange form, or mail your request to donate them to The Washington Ballet at 3515 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20016. For more information, please call 202.362.3606 x605.

I am already a subscriber. How can I become a member?

Through a tax-deductible donation, members of The Washington Ballet help in numerous ways by providing pointe shoes for our ballerinas, bringing more than 2,000 DC schoolchildren The Nutcracker, and providing opportunities for students to receive dance training with our extensive scholarship and financial aid packages. Please contact Taylor Rambo at 202.274.4515 or trambo@washingtonballet.org for more information.

Benefits:

Amazing Savings

Subscribers SAVE UP TO 20% off single tickets PLUS 10% off single tickets to The Nutcracker, additional tickets for performances, and other productions. Additionally, Subscribers are protected from potential single-ticket prices increases for the general public.

Help if you misplace your tickets

If you lose your tickets, please call The Washington Ballet Monday through Friday between 10AM and 4:30PM at 202.362.3606 x605, and we will reissue your tickets. The new tickets can be picked up at the venue’s will call window starting 30 minutes before performance time.

Retain or upgrade seats

As a subscriber, you have the ability to retain seats or upgrade seating before new subscribers are assigned seats, provided that established order deadlines are met.

Click the How to Subscribe tab to subscribe or email subscriptions@washingtonballet.org.

Weather policy

The show must go on!

Winter in Washington, DC can be surprising and at times, can cause travel challenges for ticket holders. Despite the weather, however, The Washington Ballet is committed to honoring its performance calendar, and abides by the following policy:

Ticket sales for all TWB performances, including The Nutcracker, are final. There are no refunds or exchanges. All programs, artists, dates and times are subject to change without notice.

In the rare event that a TWB performance cannot take place due to a weather emergency or another emergency situation, please check our website for frequent updates and more information on options for ticket holders.

Please call TWB Ticket Services at 202.362.3606 x605 with any questions regarding this policy and/or to learn about the liberal ticket exchange policy that our season ticket holders enjoy. Please scroll this page above to read the policy.

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