Order tickets online at Brown Paper Tickets, or make a reservation by phone at 612-234-7135.
Emilie: La Marquise du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight
Tickets are now on sale for our Summer show, Emilie: La Marquise du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight. Click here to purchase!
Tickets: $14 – $41, Sliding Scale at the door.
What is a Sliding Scale?
All tickets are on a sliding scale of $14-41.
Unlike many other theaters, who set the ticket price in advance, we do things a little differently at Theatre Pro Rata. You can name your price, whatever you’d like to pay inside the range of $14 to $41. No, you don’t need to prove your income, or show up with a W2. You just tell us what you would like to pay for seeing the show.
We were one of the first companies in the Twin Cities to use the Sliding Scale, and are proud that our shows remain accessible to everyone, regardless of income.
We offer several options to make our productions accessible to all patrons including ASL and audio description performances. Please see our Accessibility Options page for details.
Deals & Discounts
If our Sliding Scale is still a little too much for your budget, you’re still in luck! There a lot of ways to get reduced price tickets for Pro Rata shows.
Invite a Friend
When you see a show, write your name and email on the back of your ticket stub, give it to a friend and they can bring it to a future performance for a half-price ticket! As an added bonus, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a pair of FREE tickets to the Pro Rata’s next production!
Pay What You Can Night
Each production has a performance on the first Monday of the run that has absolutely no limitations on price. You can give us a buck, or 500 of them. It’s totally up to you! And now, starting with our 2012-13 season, we have a second Pay What You Can Night! The first Sunday performance of a production is now PWYC as well.
Theater All Year
With the most recent Minnesota Fringe Festival button in your possession, tickets for Sunday shows are two for the price of one! If reserving tickets in advance, please let the box office know that you have a Fringe button when you call and remember to bring your button to the performance!