The organization announced that all tickets to the production will be pay what you can, as part of its commitment to make theater more accessible throughout the city.
The Children’s Theater company for years has provided low and no-cost tickets to lower-income families, the company’s executive director, Andrew Frank, told the Daily News Wednesday.
“We engage young imaginations, and imagination doesn’t have a price point,” Frank told The News about the pricing structure.
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